Over the holiday weekend, Frank Ocean surprise-announced a merch store containing Blonde-related products that was every fan's dream. Unfortunately, this incredible opportunity was only available for a meager 24 hours on Black Friday. But Frankie has just revealed an even bigger, better surprise for his adoring fans: his first live show in three years.

As revealed by the BBC, Ocean is set to headline London's "Lovebox Festival", which will take place the weekend of July 14, 2017. But if you have no intention of hightailing it to London next summer, fear not. As revealed in his recent in-depth New York Times profile, it seems that more live shows are imminent.

Ocean stated in the interview that "I need to know how many records I've sold, how many album equivalents from streaming, which territories are playing my music more than others, because it helps me in conversations about where we're gonna be playing shows." So stay tuned for a show near you!

In other music news, Beyoncé has released a new Christmas-themed line of Lemonade merch that is...zesty, to say the least. Check out the new pieces right here.

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