Frank Ocean is an artist that revels in ambiguity, and it doesn’t look like that will change anytime soon. Last night, the channel ORANGE crooner surprised fans by debuting yet another new tune called “Pray” during the London stop of his “You’re Not Dead” tour.
Frank Ocean has been the toast of the town since he dropped his debut album, Channel Orange. Now the Grammy-Award winner is facing a lawsuit over an uncredited sample.
Frank Ocean is already almost a dozen songs deep into his next album, but here we have an older tune that’s new to most of our ears. “Eyes Like Sky” was probably meant for Ocean’s debut, channel ORANGE, and didn’t make the cut, but not for a lack of quality.
Frank Ocean isn’t wasting any time folks. His Channel Orange debut earned him a couple of Grammy Awards last week, and the singer is already on to the next.
It’s been a wild ride, but Frank Ocean has indeed arrived. The Odd Future singer has a lot to celebrate this evening, having won the Grammy for Best Urban Contemporary Album for his stellar debut channel ORANGE. This was Ocean’s first statue of the night, though he was nominated for six and has the opportunity […]
Going to the Grammys for the first time is potentially nerve-wracking, but Frank Ocean showed no signs of pre-show jitters during his performance at the Levi’s 501 jeans 140-Year Anniversary Party Friday (Feb. 8). The New Orleans native closed out the event, held at the Ace Museum in Los Angeles, and featured several pairs of […]
Frank Ocean ascends to yet another plateau in his career with news that his critically acclaimed debut, Channel ORANGE, has officially sold 500,000 copies. That’s right people. The LP that brought listeners “Thinking Bout You,” “Bad Religion” and “Pink Matter” has reached gold status. Ocean reached this pinnacle in sales nearly six months after the album’s […]
Frank Ocean has been in the news lately for all of the wrong reasons today. However, he headed to the desert with a few of his friends to shoot a video for “Forrest Gump.”
Since they’ve been gone, you’ve been having withdrawals, we know. But you’ve got to (sort of) thank Frank Ocean for bringing Outkast back together for this reunion.
Fans of legendary southern rap duo OutKast have been clamoring for a reunion of Big Boi and Andre 3000 for years. Those loyal supporters will now have their wish granted after news that Big Boi is slated to provide a verse alongside his rap partner on an upcoming remix of Frank Ocean’s “Pink Matter.”