Now that fall is definitely here, the hot days in July waiting by the phone for a new Frank Ocean album seem very far away. After a few more months of silence, it now seems that there's finally some news about the follow-up album to 2012's Channel Orange. According to a new interview, Ocean has apparently been working in the studio with French DJ/producer SebastiAn.
In an interview with French magazine Les in Rocks, Ed Banger (SebastiAn's label) founder Pedro Winter, aka Busy P, said, "SebastiAn just finished production on a few pieces for Frank Ocean—a truly exciting collaboration—and then he will finally be able to turn to his second album."
But in a statement issued to The FADER, Winter played down his remarks: "SebastiAn met Frank Ocean few times, that's all we know. For further infos please contact Frank's management."
In an email to The FADER, a rep for Ocean could neither confirm or deny that the two have worked together.
For the obsessives—here's everything we know so far about Frank Ocean's second album.