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Report: Frank Ocean’s Endless to become available on streaming services


Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for SpotifyFrank Ocean will reportedly release his 2016 visual project Endless as a “track-by-track” album,Billboard has learned. 

Multiple sources have confirmed to the publication that Ocean is planning to make the project available on all streaming services, perhaps as early as today, though some say it’s been delayed and will arrive soon. The project has never been released online in an audio-only format. 

Initially, Endless debuted as a 45-minute visual stream showing the “Chanel” crooner woodworking in a warehouse. While it was subsequently released on CD and vinyl with a few minor changes, it can only be found online in its original unbroken form via Apple Music

A day after Ocean shared Endless, he released Blonde, a traditional LP that debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

On Friday, reports emerged that Ocean and Blonde producer Om’Mas Keith had settled their respective lawsuits against each other regarding Keith’s disputed contributions to Blonde.

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