Skip to main content

Playboi Carti and Frank Ocean Recorded Five Songs We'll Probably Never Hear

“Last time I worked with him it was in New York, about a month ago.”
Playboi Carti and Frank Ocean Recorded Five Songs We'll Probably Never Hear

Playboi Carti is a natural born hitmaker, and in his latest interview on The Cruz Show, the artist revealed he has five potential hits in the can with none other than Frank Ocean.

“Frank Ocean, he’s the GOAT,” Carti began. “Working with him, you know, last time I worked with him it was in New York, about a month ago… Man, we did like five songs and, you know, it’s Frank so he move how he move.” 

Scroll to Continue



“Let It All Out”: An Interview With PGF Nuk

PGF Nuk is the newest prodigy of Chicago drill. He breaks down his career journey for Audiomack World.


10 Rappers You Should Know Right Now

Get familiar with ASM Bopster, Kill Jasper, Sha EK, Bandmanrill, Dr. Grim, Ice Spice and more — all available for stream on Audiomack.


5 New Songs You Need to Hear: Best of the Week

Drake, Asake, Kay Flock, Ckay, and FKA twigs delivered the best new songs of the week on Audiomack.

Knowing how Frank tends to move, it's probably best to exercise extreme patience regarding this news.

Although Carti later revealed that Frank is the keeper of the song files but that he believes we’ll hear music eventually, as we know with Frank Ocean, nothing is set in stone. Be it the wait between channel ORANGE and Blonde, Endless still absent from streaming services in its audio form, or his unreleased track with Nas, Frank Ocean is known to sit on material and strike when he’s ready. While this is a great artistic virtue, it’s an admitted pain to hungry fans.

This isn’t the first time Carti has teased working with Ocean, either. Carti was in the studio when Frank crafted "Nights," and in February 2017, he hinted at some unreleased material with the singer. Over a year later, we’re still empty-handed. 

It’s fun to guess at what these collaborations could sound like, but Carti’s prolonged teasing is further proof that we’ll likely never hear these records. It feels good to dream, though.


Frank Ocean "Sweet Life" artwork, 2020

A Frank Ocean Song for the Dangers of the “Sweet Life”

“Why see the world, when you got the beach?”


Frank Ocean’s “Godspeed” & Letting Go

The sincerity of Frank Ocean’s “Godspeed” reminds us of the permanence of love, and love’s ability to transform itself and us into new people.


The Beauty of Frank Ocean’s Mess: “Pretty Sweet”

“I am certain of nothing but of the holiness of the heart’s affections and the truth of imagination.”