Frank Ocean Says He's "10, 11 Songs" Deep Into His Next Project

He's already been in the lab with Pharrell, and is planning to work with Danger Mouse.

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Grammy award winner Frank Ocean sat down with Zane Lowe today on BBC Radio 1 for an interview, and revealed that he is 10 or 11 songs into his next album. About his sophomore effort, he explained, "It's another cohesive thing, bordering on a concept record again," and added that he wants it to pick up where the final hidden track "Golden Girl" on Channel ORANGE left off, with a "beach theme." 

Ocean confirmed in the interview that he was in the lab with Pharrell Williams yesterday working on new music, and also that he has plans to link up with Danger Mouse in the coming weeks. In addition, he expressed interest in collaborating with U.K. artist King Krule, who he said has "a special voice."

Danger Mouse and Frank Ocean? Sounds rad. Listen to the full interview below.

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[via SPIN]


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