Unreleased Frank Ocean anyone.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
As bold proclamations go, media today doesn't show much restraint in the attempt to grab potential readers' attention.
According channel ORANGE producer Om'Mas Keith, Frank Ocean told him to get ready to begin working on a second album.
This weekend's Sunday New York Times features a big profile of Frank Ocean in the Times Magazine. Here are the five takeaways I found most interesting.
It appears that Frank Ocean will not press charges against Chris Brown after <a href="http://theurbandaily.com/2053962/frank-ocean-i-got-jumped-by-chris/">Brown reportedly jumped Ocean</a> in West Hollywood several days ago over a parking spot and subsequently punched him.
Frank Ocean, Justin Timberlake, and Alicia Keys have been added to the list of performers for the 2013 Grammys.
A list of lame fights between musicians, after Chris Brown jumped Frank Ocean because of a parking spot.
Has a man ever needed his butt kicked more than Chris Brown needs his butt kicked right now? YOU DO NOT MESS WITH FRANK OCEAN!
Someone is suddenly becoming the grumpy old (former) rap guy and that someone would be Andre 3000.
It's the first collaboration between Outkast's Big Boi and Andre 3000 in years, with Frank Ocean, too.
Hear Frank Ocean's song, "Wiseman," that didn't make it on the "Django Unchained" soundtrack.
No baby Jesus in a manger or any intelligent visitors carrying frankincense and myrrh oil.
We're all going to die on December 21, which is fine.
Welcome back to middle school, courtesy of Frank Ocean's cover of "Fake Plastic Trees."
The three albums that appear on top of the most best-of 2012 music lists.
There's absolutely no reason for reasonable human beings to attach anything more than minimal importance to the Grammys, arbitrary and out-of-touch as they are.
In case you were curious as to how Frank Ocean's dick has been holding up since he came out of the closet, wonder no more: it's doing just fine, thank you very much.
Last week, Brainfeeder’s resident enigma, Captain Murphy, released his debut mixtape, Duality, and it’s fantastic.
In GQ's new Men of the Year issue, Frank Ocean gives a rare, wide-ranging interview that, as far as I'm aware, is the first in which he touches on the whole coming out thing in-depth.