Frank Ocean's long-awaited album Boys Don't Cry is finally dropping on Friday (Aug. 5). In anticipation, somebody put all of Ocean's music in the same place for fans' listening pleasure.

The Wakalet account contains rare parts of Ocean's discography, including unreleased tracks, live performances and guest verses. It also features all his interviews, music videos and official projects - the highly acclaimed Nostalgia, Ultra (2011) and Channel ORANGE (2012).

Boys Don't Cry will drop exclusively via Apple Music and will include a "major" music video and print publication, according to an anonymous source for The New York Times. The album will only be available on Apple Music for the first two weeks before being made available on all major platforms.

Frank has been pretty much off the grid since his debut album in 2012, and fans have been clamoring for new music ever since. A few days ago, the California singer released a cryptic video on his website of a bunch of workbenches in a large, empty hall. Then came the news of his Aug. 5 album release, which sent fans into a frenzy.

However, some people's excitement is tempered, because Ocean has delayed the album release time and again. Even The New York Times says, "Given the number of delays the album has already had, it seems possible that Mr. Ocean could decide to put off the release beyond Friday."

In case you missed the link above, you can check out all of Frank Ocean's music right here. Keep it locked to XXL for more Frank Ocean news and music.

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