1. Frank Ocean travels the world for “Lost”

     

  2. defjamblr:

    Frank Ocean Covers “Fake Plastic Trees” by Radiohead. 

    You’re already imagining the collaboration.

  3. 
[The narrator is] reflecting on this relationship, and as the song progresses, you realize why she’s on [a] train — because she actually waited for this man to come get her and he never came. He kept saying that he was going to leave, but she never thought he would. So now you end up understanding the depth of their relationship, as to how it has created this rift between them. It’s a really beautiful story about the discovery of the one thing that we’re all looking for — this one thing that was made for us, that’s saving us. You’ll take that over anything.

—Alicia Keys on the song “One Thing,” co-written with Frank Ocean

    [The narrator is] reflecting on this relationship, and as the song progresses, you realize why she’s on [a] train — because she actually waited for this man to come get her and he never came. He kept saying that he was going to leave, but she never thought he would. So now you end up understanding the depth of their relationship, as to how it has created this rift between them. It’s a really beautiful story about the discovery of the one thing that we’re all looking for — this one thing that was made for us, that’s saving us. You’ll take that over anything.

    Alicia Keys on the song “One Thing,” co-written with Frank Ocean

  4. Just a few hundred lucky fans were able to RSVP for free tickets to see two of today’s most recognizable voices at the Angel Orensanz Foundation in NYC. We sent Ryan Muir to take some photos.

  5. Frank Ocean, “Blue Whale”

  6. Six Things You Didn’t See In Frank Ocean’s Late Night Performance

    Six Things You Didn’t See In Frank Ocean’s Late Night Performance

    (Source: fuckin-flow)

  7. Posted on 6 July, 2012

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    New Music: Frank Ocean - “Sweet Life”

  8. Unlike the standard coming out gesture – newsman Anderson Cooper’s public email to his friend Andrew Sullivan, ‘The fact is, I’m gay’ — [Frank] Ocean’s presented sexuality as something that arises within particular circumstances, defined by shifting desire and individual encounters rather than solidifying as an identity.

    — Ann Powers says Frank Ocean’s coming out announcement fits just fine in the history of ground-breaking, image-busting musicians.

  9. Posted on 4 July, 2012

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    Frank Ocean comes out as bisexual in a heartfelt letter.

    Frank Ocean comes out as bisexual in a heartfelt letter.

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