Last August, Frank Ocean preceded the drop of his long-awaited Blonde with the release of Endless. The visual album marked the end of Ocean's Def Jam contract and featured acts of woodworking so mysterious that the esteemed Bob Vila ultimately had to chime in with some theories.
Now, more than a year later, Ocean is selling a variety of physical editions of Endless. Fans can now own Endless on vinyl ($35), CD/DVD ($25), and—for the true purists—VHS ($17.99).
The drop also includes two double-sided posters for $30 each. Buy some or all of this right here.
The Endless physical release follows Ocean's limited Black Friday special of a Worldnet hoodie for $99. Versions of the hoodie, emblazoned with fashion logistics company Worldnet International's logo, had been rocked by Ocean and others in the know in recent months.
Ocean waited a single day to hit us with Blonde after dropping Endless on Apple Music last August. The Album Formerly Known as Boys Don't Cry opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and was promoted with the single "Nikes," which introduced fans to Ocean's expansive new soundscape that now included nods to Elliott Smith and The Beatles.
Ocean has treated us to a series of one-off singles in the months since Endless and Blonde including "Provider," "Lens," "Chanel," and "Biking" with Tyler, the Creator and Jay Z. He's also popped up on recent tracks from ASAP Mob and Calvin Harris.