Frank Ocean always sends his fans on a roller coaster ride of emotions. In recent weeks, we’ve been teased by with cryptic live-streams and unfulfilled promises of release dates for his sophomore album Boys Don’t Cry. But last night at midnight, Frank finally graced the world with new music. With Boys Don’t Cry expected to finally arrive later this weekend (fingers crossed), Frank Ocean fans can now enjoy an additional project, Endless, a 45-minute visual album containing 16 tracks of new music. When you look at the credits, an interesting fact emerges: The notoriously secretive singer recorded the album all over the world, from Jay-Z's favorite hotel in New York to an industrial space in Portugal to legendary spots in London and Los Angeles. Here’s a rundown of the recording studios and more quirky locations where Frank Ocean (finally) made all of that Endless music happen.