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Frank Ocean Projected To Top The Charts Next Week

 

Odd Future crooner, Frank Ocean, has had a hell of a week. After opening up about his sexuality via Tumblr last week, he performed the song in question (“Bad Religion”) on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon two nights ago and then announced he was pushing the release of his album, channel ORANGE, up a week earlier. It looks like that gamble of pushing the album up is going to pay off big time next week.

Ocean is projected to sell  a very impressive 110,000-125,000 units in his first week after selling his album exclusively on iTunes before physical copies would be made available. Next week he would be going up against his Def Jam labelmate, Nas, as he prepares to release a similarly hyped album Life Is Good. 

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Comment Comments: 2 Tags Tags: listen, download, frank ocean, jimmy fallon
  • CriticXtreme

    Coming out of the closet, stating you love manwood, having stupid moes wondering if you’re a top or bottom, seems to truly have it rewards. Damn, these days being a man and stating your zest for the wood and arse is like having a Platinum Card for your career. Maybe out of work brothers need to start putting this sexual orientation on their resumes because nothing else seems to be working.

  • http://twitter.com/GGooDei GGooDei

    To the post below. You hit the nail on the hand..it may be time to switch up the qualifications to dickficationis. Sad world we live in indeed.

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