Frank Ocean Releases Visual Album 'Endless' Exclusively on Apple Music

Just about two weeks after it was reported that R&B singer Frank Ocean's next album, "Boys Don't Cry," would be available exclusively on Apple music, the singer has released "Endless," a visual album exclusive to the service.

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An Apple representative told Pitchfork that the 45-minute visual album features new songs from the artist. The rep added that fans should "keep an eye out this weekend for more from Frank." It's unclear when Ocean's "Boys Don't Cry" is expected to launch.

"Endless" and "Boys Don't Cry" are just two of the high-profile exclusives Apple Music has secured in the past year. Other content includes Drake's "Views," Taylor Swift's "1989 World Tour LIVE" and Katy Perry's latest single "Rise."

"Endless" can be watched on Apple Music now. [Direct Link]



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29 months ago
Exclusiveness is Ruining the music industry
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29 months ago

Exclusives has always been a part of the music industry.


Which was fine when you bought music. I can image a near future where you need multiple streaming services if you want to listen to everything.
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29 months ago

Exclusiveness is Ruining the music industry


Don't sign for the wrong music services that exploit artists, and you'll be fine.

Spotify and YouTube are the cancer of music industry. Even more so than piracy. You could say that "nobody forces artists to go there", but when they have the market in their hands, you have to.
Rating: 5 Votes
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29 months ago
"Get out of my dreams, get into my car..." Dig this Ocean guy.
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29 months ago

Exclusiveness is Ruining the music industry


Exclusives has always been a part of the music industry.
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29 months ago

Exclusiveness is Ruining the music industry

uhm. no.
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29 months ago
Apple is getting quite the collection of exclusive content, that's for sure.
Rating: 3 Votes
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29 months ago

Don't sign for the wrong music services that exploit artists, and you'll be fine.

Spotify and YouTube are the cancer of music industry. Even more so than piracy. You could say that "nobody forces artists to go there", but when they have the market in their hands, you have to.


Oh FFS, Apple was gonna not pay artists during the trial period, only changed that when they got caught out.

Exclusives suck, if the industry wants to curb piracy, music should be released on all platforms (Physical, Online Purchase and Online Streaming) at the same time.
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29 months ago

Exclusiveness is Ruining the music industry

Leave it to excessive human greed to ruin EVERYTHING!
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29 months ago
Who?
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