An unofficial Frank Ocean Facebook page published a post on Monday evening promising that it would leak new music from the artist, according to Pitchfork. The post and page (@FrankOceanPage) have since been deleted. The page’s verified status confused fans, causing people to assume that Frank Ocean’s official page had been hacked. In reality, Frank’s actual page @FrankOcean is currently inactive.
Frank’s mother Katonya Breaux cleared up the confusion by tweeting that Frank “doesn’t have an official Facebook page. Or any Facebook page. Hack on.”
The original post included a link to a music leaking website with the message “plenty of new frank ocean leaks coming soon.” The website linked frequently posts leaks and snippets of unreleased music from big artists across every genre. See an image of the post below.
A representative for Frank Ocean confirmed that the page is not Frank’s, and told Fader they are looking into how the Facebook page was verified in the first place.
Though the post appears to be a total hoax, there could still be new Frank Ocean music in the way. In January, Ocean dropped a hint via a cryptic post on his tumblr that he may have something big planned for 2018. Last month, Frank shared a cover of “Moon River.” In the meantime, there is no word on when another album or new music with be coming from Frank. As is his way, any new drops will most likely come in the form of an unannounced surprise.