In a new post on his Tumblr, Frank Ocean has hinted that new music could be on the way this year. The singer shared an image of a man wearing a hat that reads, "If you liked 2017, you'll love....2018," alongside the cryptic caption, "new 18-99."

It's no secret that most people weren't huge fans of 2017, but it was an unusually prolific year for the singer. He followed up 2016's long-awaited Blonde with a host of new tracks and features including "Chanel," "Provider" and song of the summer contender "Slide," featuring Calvin Harris and Migos.

This isn't the first time the singer has hinted about new music. Last November, Ocean hinted on Tumblr that he's sitting on some unreleased music. "'Well I️ made the album before 30. I️ JUST AINT PUT THAT BITCH OUT!' -quotes from an interview I️ haven’t given haha," he said.

Now, listen to Travis Scott’s “Wasted” demo featuring Yung Lean.

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