He's been teasing his fans for four years about his next music release.
Now enigmatic R&B artist Frank Ocean has unveiled a 45-minute visual album called Endless.
According to Rolling Stone, the US star will also release his highly anticipated second studio album over the weekend.
The follow-up to 2012´s Channel Orange was expected to be called Boys Don't Cry but Frank has opted for another name, the magazine said.
Many fans expected the album to appear earlier this month after the Grammy award-winner launched a four-day live stream on August 1.
The footage showed a warehouse with desks and audio equipment lining the back wall and a man - presumed to be Ocean - cutting wood.
But the video, which contained snippets of music, ended on August 4 with no new album from Frank.
The live stream then reappeared late on Thursday, shortly before Endless was released exclusively on Apple Music.
Frank was originally supposed to issue his second album in July 2015.