Frank Ocean Calls "Fake News" On 'Endless' Album Joining Streaming Services

Fans of the southern-bred singer can still buy a physical copy of the project.

(AllHipHop News) Back in 2016, Frank Ocean dropped his visual album Endless and his studio LP Blonde just hours apart. Followers of the enigmatic vocalist can listen to Blonde on their preferred music streamer but Endless is still unavailable on most platforms.

There were reports that a track-by-track version of the Apple Music exclusive 45-minute production was headed to all streaming services. However, Ocean squashed those hopes.

"Fake news," he wrote in the comment section of a fan-created Instagram page. Endless was supposedly Frank's final album for Def Jam, allowing the Grammy winner to release Blonde independently.

“It started to weigh on me that I was responsible for the moves that had made me successful, but I wasn’t reaping the lion’s share of the profits, and that was problematic for me,” said Ocean in a 2016 interview.

The Odd Future affiliate later offered vinyl, CD/DVD, and VHS versions of Endless. The project received mostly positive reactions from music critics.