Frank Ocean’s Tumblr apparently hacked, unreleased music offered for sale

New Tumblr posts suggest previously reported promises of new music were not posted by Frank.

February 05, 2019
Frank Ocean’s Tumblr apparently hacked, unreleased music offered for sale Frank Ocean performs at the 2017 Panorama Music Festival. July 28, 2017.   ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images

UPDATE: February 5, 2018 1:05 p.m. EST: Frank Ocean's Tumblr has apparently been hacked, strongly suggesting that the posts about new music were not authentic and unauthorized. A post written since our initial report offers "unreleased Frank songs" for purchase, and a second post read that the Frank Ocean/SZA/Andre 3000 song will be leaked if an Instagram post gets 25,000 likes. All four posts shared on Tuesday have been deleted. Find a screencap of the final two posts below:

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Frank Ocean’s Tumblr apparently hacked, unreleased music offered for sale

Previously: A new post on Frank Ocean's official Tumblr suggests the artist may be sharing new music on March 1, and the new release could feature André 3000, SZA, and Kendrick Lamar. Check out the post here. It reads "March 1st... SOLANA + KL + ANDRE... HERE FOR THE BEANS.” (SZA's full name is Solána Imani Rowe).

A second, more cryptic post reads "? (2019) ? (2019) ? (2020)." Fans speculated online that it could be teasing the release of two new projects in 2019 and a third in 2020.

News of a possibly impending SZA collaboration comes after Ocean shared a snippet of his cover of SZA's "The Weekend."

Frank Ocean's last album Blonde was released in August 2016. Since then, Ocean has released a number of one-off singles like "Provider," "Lens," and a cover of "Moon River."

Frank Ocean’s Tumblr apparently hacked, unreleased music offered for sale