Fans think that new music is soon to be released because Frank Ocean erased his Instagram posts. Ocean’s most recent album, “Blonde,” came out in 2016, and just a few songs, such as “DHL” and “In My Room,” have been released subsequently.

Earlier this year, Ocean released “Cayendo” and “Dear April” on streaming sites after previously only being available on vinyl. Ocean also offered previously unheard songs in July to accompany his radio program marking the ten-year anniversary of 2012’s Channel Orange.

However, on September 26, Ocean erased each and every post from his Instagram, leading some fans to believe that new music will soon be released.

Some admirers, though, are not as upbeat. “Over the past four years, Frank Ocean has probably deleted 20 posts from his Instagram. One Twitter user joked, “He’s not launching an album, but we’re expecting him to utilize his recently cleaned Instagram to promote another cock ring.

Frank Ocean, who hasn’t performed live since 2017, is also scheduled to headline Coachella in 2023, which suggests he has something in the works.

Prior to the coronavirus that necessitated its delay, he was scheduled to perform at the event in 2020 with Travis Scott and Rage Against the Machine.

Harry Styles, Billie Eilish, Swedish House Mafia, and The Weeknd replaced him as the event’s headliners in 2022, but Coachella co-founder Paul Tollett did confirm to the LA Times that Ocean would headline in 2023. He added that the far-off booking was a reward for festivalgoers who had endured multiple festival postponements.

The dates for the 2023 edition of Coachella are April 14–16 and April 21–23. Additionally, it has been stated that Ocean would start acting in movies. According to reports, the musician will make his directorial debut, and independent company A24 is in discussions to release the film.

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