Frank Ocean ignites new album in 2018 hopes with latest note

Christopher Hooton
Tuesday 24 October 2017 16:26 BST

We had a good run with the whole 'not waiting around for a Frank Ocean album' era, but those days are over.

The fandom's cravings have been stirred with the latest rare utterance from the man himself.

Frank contributed what i-D is calling an "essay" (read: short note) for its latest issue, which concludes with the words now being pasted around the internet:

"If you liked two thousand and seventeen then you'll love two thousand and eighteen."

Though Blonde and Endless fell in 2016, they really sunk in in 2017, which also saw the release of standalone tracks 'Biking', 'Lens' and 'Provider' and a handful of shows

So what's Frank got in store? More blonded radio? More gigs? New tracks? A new magazine? A new album?

Details probably won't be forthcoming, and if they are they're sure to be characteristically oblique.

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