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Frank Ocean releases brand new video for brand latest track "Nikes"

The song is expected to feature on upcoming record Boys Don't Cry 

Jacob Stolworthy
Saturday 20 August 2016 17:01
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Frank Ocean has released a brand new song just one day after dropping visual album Endless.

New music from the artist has been anticipated for a while now and fans can expect more in the near future - he's yet to release his hugely long-awaited second record Boys Don't Cry.

The new track, titled "Nikes," arrived on Apple Music accompanied by a video that, among other things, features an appearance from rapper A$AP Rocky and pays tribute to victims of gun violence.

Endless was released exclusively on Apple Music yesterday (19 August) and features 18 tracks; the video - which lasts for 45 minutes - shows Ocean building a staircase.

The artist still plans to release his highly-anticipated second record as early as this weekend, an Apple representative said in a statement to Rolling Stone. The follow-up to his Grammy Award-winning album, Channel Orange, has been expected since July 2015.

Ocean's new releases come weeks after cryptic visuals, which are included in the film, appeared on Ocean’s website, boysdontcry.co.

You can both listen to and watch the video of new track "Nikes" here.

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