Frank Ocean surprised Beats 1 listeners on Friday with a new show called blonded Radio. He also surprised them with a Jay Z interview.
Calvin Harris is apparently a big deal. More importantly—around these parts—is that he dropped “Slide,” his collaboration with Frank Ocean and Migos.
The physical copy version of Frank Ocean‘s Blonde album shows that he had some help from some high-profile musicians.
Frank Ocean gave C-Span something he hasn’t given any other television channel in a long time, an interview.
Frank Ocean deserves a trophy for the finesse move he made this summer by releasing two albums in two days. But he won’t be getting a Grammy for neither one.
Frank Ocean‘s finesse move is paying off greatly. His independently released Apple Music exclusive album Blonde has hit the top of the Billboard 200 charts and has reportedly made him more than $1 million in one week.
That Frank Ocean, he’s crafty. Reportedly the Odd Future singer fulfilled his recording contract with Def Jam with the release of his Endless video album—thus making Blonde an independent release.
Frank Ocean took just over four years to release his follow-up to Channel Orange, his Def Jam debut, over the weekend with the official release of Blonde. Although Ocean’s rabid fanbase is eating up not only the material on Blonde and also the visual album Endless, several people have been left largely unimpressed.