Frank Ocean spoke to Radio 1 across the pond in the UK to discuss his follow up to Channel Orange. He also talked about potential collaborations, his appearance at the Grammys and the possibilities of writing a biography.

In regards to his sophomore album, he said “I don’t know what to tell you other than it’s another cohesive thing bordering on a concept record again. At the end of Channel Orange, there’s ‘Golden Girl’ and this beach scene, and I want to extend that feeling to the next record altogether to make it that theme. So I’m going to Bora Bora when I get back and work for a few weeks.” Damn, must be nice. Frank said he’s about 10 or 11 songs into the project.

In regards to collaborations he said he’s going to work with producer Danger Mouse and has already chopped it up in the lab with Neptunes frontman, Pharrell Williams.

He also mentioned he’s feeling Tame Impala on the indie tip. “But I love Tame Impala. Tyler The Creator put me on to Tame Impala.”

Listen to the full interview (25 minutes):