As Frank Ocean gears up for his follow-up to the 2012 Grammy-winning album, 'Channel Orange,' he's making a few changes to his team. The singer has signed with new management.

According to Billboard, the 'Forrest Gump' crooner has signed with management team Three Six Zero, which puts him in the same camp as producer Calvin Harris and Deadmau5, among others.

Ocean fired his former management, 4 Strikes, as well as his PR team, Life or Death PR in June.

He also had a meeting with Guy Oseary, known for working with U2 and Madonna, and Ron Laffitte, who works with Pharrell Williams and Alicia Keys, prior to signing with the London-based company Three Six Zero.

Despite the move, fans are awaiting his next album, which is produced by Hit-Boy and Rodney Jerkins, set to release later this year.