Beyonce working with Odd Future on new material

Frank Ocean posts new studio photo online - then takes it down

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Beyonce has been working with Odd Future on new material.

Frank Ocean from the Los Angeles hip-hop collective put a photo of the him and the singer online at Frankocean.tumblr.com, which he later took down.

The Daily Mirror reports that Ocean wrote online: "Not to brag but man, this is surreal. Like… she's [Beyonce] singing my songs. If time were to stop now, the past couple weeks would be near the top of the highlight reel for my short time on earth."

He later deleted the message.

It's not been revealed whether the sessions were for Beyonce's next solo album or another project.

The former Destiny's Child singer has also been working with Diplo and Sleigh Bells in the studio recently. Her last album was 2008’s 'I Am... Sasha Fierce'.

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