McCarten/PictureGroupSinger-rapper Frank Ocean‘s sophomore album may be headed our way — finally!
It’s been four long years since the Long Beach, California native released his critically acclaimed debut, channel ORANGE. Now, Ocean could be blasting his way into fans’ eardrums this summer with a follow-up album titled Boys Don’t Cry.
On his website, BoysDon’tCry.co, Ocean recently posted an image of a library due date card with a long list of dates. The last date on the image shows, “July 2016,” suggesting that Boys Don’t Cry may arrive in stores and on streaming websites this month.
The 28-year-old songwriter’s little brother, Ryan Breaux, also alluded to Ocean’s next album on his Instagram account, in which he posted the same library card image. In its caption, he writes, “BOYS DON’T CRY #JULY 2016,” further stoking fan anticipation.
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