Tyler gives an awkward/funny interview on the Grammy’s red carpet, speaking on the success of Frank Ocean, and other topics.
Well, the Outkast reunion might not be happening anytime soon, but Big Boi’s taking it upon himself to remix Andre 3000′s recent collabos with Frank Ocean and T.I. Here’s the Outkast remix of “Pink Matter”.
Frank decided to let this track go via his Tumblr today, after it was turned down for the Django Unchained soundtrack.
New rap solo cut from Frank Ocean, released today via his Tumblr.
Lots of Odd Future this afternoon. Frank Ocean delivers another video from Channel Orange, in this Nabil directed, NSFW clip. Spoiler: Frank visits a strip club.
Frank Ocean – Thinkin Bout You – SNL 9-15-12 by IdolxMuzic Frank Ocean – Pyramids – SNL 9-15-12 by IdolxMuzic Ocean performs both “Thinkin’ Bout You” and “Pyramids” on SNL last night, and midway through the peformance, stops to play Galaga. Hey, why not?
The producer behind “Ni**as In Paris” speaks with the Femme Fatale mixshow (bitch!). Among other topics, he explains how he “lost” the master for Nas and Frank Ocean’s collaboration meant for Life Is Good. The lost tapes, indeed.
Rising Roc Nation artist Rita Ora covers Frank Ocean’s “Swim Good” for BBC Radio 1′s Xtra Live Lounge.
This is interesting. The recently reunited Afghan Whigs cover Frank Ocean’s “Love Crime”.
It’s 1:00AM and I’m thinking about the love of my life. Only problem is I’m not the love of his. Ingeniously, Frank Ocean has provided mood music for my pining. If someone decided to create a soundtrack centered on Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor” line, “tell me who I have to be to get some reciprocity” it [cont.]
In a cover story with The Guardian, Frank Ocean finally opens up about his letter addressing his sexuality, which he hasn’t spoken on since it’s release a few weeks back. “I won’t touch on risky, because that’s subjective. People are just afraid of things too much. Afraid of things that don’t necessarily merit fear. Me [cont.]
BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe about dropping Channel Orange early, his creative process, and more.
Slaughterhouse speak out in support of Frank Ocean’s decision to be open about his bisexuality, and praise his new album Channel Orange.
This bonus cut will appear on the physical CD releases of Frank Ocean’s Channel Orange, due out this Tuesday.
Frank Ocean rides his massive buzz all the way to the bank, releasing his hotly anticipated Channel Orange LP one week early on Itunes. Listen to the whole thing above, right now.
Frank Ocean makes his debut television appearance tonight on Jimmy Fallon, performing “Bad Religion” from Channel: Orange, which is out on Itunes now.
B. Rhymes speaks on Frank Ocean’s recent revelation. Meanwhile, Busta’s next LP has been titled Year Of The Dragon, pushing aside E.L.E. 2.
Channel Orange in stores July 17th. Produced by Pharrell.
After Frank’s second LP, and first official Def Jam full-length, Channel Orange leaked, rumors about the Odd Future singer’s sexuality began to swirl, as the album contains three songs where the “love interest” is a male. Frank tweeted earlier this evening, “we’re all a bunch of golden million dollar babies. my hope is that the [cont.]
The Odd Future singer will deliver his Def Jam debut on July 17th. Guest shots from Andre 3000, John Mayer, and Earl Sweatshirt.
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