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The Odd Future member put out his major label solo album 'Channel Orange' last year

Frank Ocean has revealed that he will not release any new music until next summer.

Gigwise reports that Ocean responded to a fan question about new material on his Tumblr blog, saying “when summer comes round again”, when asked when he’d be releasing new music.

Meanwhile, Ocean recently explained that he used to sell “a lot of crack and cocaine” when he was at school. In an interview with Oyster Magazine, Ocean insisted he was “never a bully” but admitted that his teenage self was less than angelic. He said: “I was a thug. I sold a lot of cocaine and crack.” Then, after being prompted to confirm what he had just said, Ocean added: “All the time.”

During the interview, Ocean also revealed that he would often fantasise about attaining the lifestyle of a successful singer-songwriter. “Well, my attitude was pure. I love to make music, and I love to write. It was writing first. I love to write and express myself in that medium, so that was the pure part – just the love of doing something,” he recalled.

Ocean is set to make his live return at the OFWGKTA Carnival in LA on November 9, which he will co-headline with fellow Odd Future member Tyler, The Creator. The event will be Ocean’s first live performance since he was forced to cut short a tour of Australia this July after tearing one of his vocal cords.