Fans are not the only ones looking for Frank Ocean, Nemo and Dory are also looking for him.
A meme posted on BuzzFeed BFF on Facebook shows the animated movie poster of “Finding Dory”, but instead of having the name “Nemo” or “Dory,” it says: “Finding Frank Ocean”. It also has a caption: “Where’s the album???”
The meme was referring to Ocean’s much-awaited new album, “Boys Don’t Cry,” which was set to be released in July this year but has not yet released until now.
Finding Nemo will probably come out before Frank Ocean's album 😂😭 pic.twitter.com/2RL5KBTbIU
— Stoj 🦋 (@ChristinaaRa) December 23, 2015
Does this mean Ocean’s new album will be featured in “Finding Nemo 2”? Probably not, but Ocean’s fans will be thrilled if it would be.
Ocean has been missing-in-action after he failed to keep up his promise to launch the album in July.
Fans have expressed concern over his whereabouts after he also skipped his FYF Fest engagement and the reason being “a scheduling conflict beyond our control,” as shared by his publicist.
The American rapper, however, did voice his thoughts on the recent Paris attacks last month. Ocean offered his condolences to the victims of the Paris attacks in a note on his Tumblr account which reads:
“LOVE TO PARIS AND ANY INDIVIDUAL OR FAMILY WHO’S LOST LOVED ONES TO EVIL ANYWHERE IN THIS WORLD. CHILL W/ THE ANGLES [sic].”
Amidst his MIA, there were also reports that the artist may have been working on new music with French producer, SebastiAn, which further fuel the mystery on why he gone missing.
MusicTimes reported via LesInRocks, Ed Banger’s Pedro Winter revealed that SebastiAn has recently collaborated with Ocean and the two have been working on “few pieces.”
Winter added that SebastiAn has “just finished the production for a few pieces for Frank Ocean – a very exciting collaboration – and then he can turn to his second album.”
In August, Ocean’s younger brother, Ryan Breaux, became the receiver of fans’ wrath after he shared a photo on Instagram with a caption that the album is finally out. However, it turned out that the iTunes link on Ocean’s bio was a hoax as it did not lead his new album rather it ended up on Rick Astley “Never Gonna Give You Up” music video.