Frank Ocean’s “deadbeat” dad is looking for a come up from his son. Calvin Cooksey is suing his music star son for defamation, claiming Ocean threw dirt on his name after alleging that he used a homophobic slur decades ago.
R&B singers Solange Knowles and Frank Ocean will join A Tribe Called Quest, Nine Inch Nails, and more as headliners for the second annual Panorama NYC, the East Coast version of the Coachella festival. Other headliners include Tame Impala and alt-J.
Not only has Kim Burrell’s homophobic statements gotten her the boot from appearing on “The Ellen Show” this week, now Frank Ocean’s mother, Katonya Breaux, wants to give Burrell the boot off of her son’s album Blond, more specifically the collab “Godspeed.”
On Friday (Aug 19), Ocean dropped a visual album titled Endless, and now the moment you’ve all been waiting for has happened: Frank Ocean released his sophomore album Blond over the weekend.
No wonder Frank Ocean has been super elusive about his next project; he took a page from Beyonce and made a visual album! Ocean dropped the 45-minute visual last night on Apple Music…
Last week, Frank Ocean fans were disappointed when his highly-anticipated album Boys Don’t Cry never saw the light of day. But don’t fret, Frank fans!
Early last month, elusive singer/songwriter Frank Ocean posted a library slip on his website with the latest due date being July 2016, assumed to be the date of the release of his long-awaited sophomore album titled Boys Don’t Cry.
Today (June 21), Frank Ocean published an open letter to express his thoughts about the Orlando nightclub mass shooting that left 49 dead and dozens injured last week. Ocean (who came out in an open letter a few years ago saying he had been love with a man) expressed solemn, poetic, sentiments for the victims of the shooting in a Tumblr post.
Looks like the follow-up to Frank Ocean’s Grammy-winning album, channel ORANGE, will arrive this summer. The R&B singer-songwriter shared the above photo on his website…
To celebrate the late Aaliyah’s 36th birthday, Frank Ocean drops a spicy cover of her song “At Your Best (You Are Love),” which was originally sung by The Isley Brothers.