"...I do think â it would be f**king legendary if I just made Channel Orange last year, then put out a best-selling novel next year, then, you know, designed an arena in Stockholm in 2014!"
The humbling, solemn song reminds us of our similarities in the respect that weâre all made from flesh and bone, and our fate that which no man can escape.
The phenomenon of family members coming out of the woodwork when one finds financial success is a common one, and Ocean is sensing the open hands.
Channel Orange might not be the only thing we get out of the brilliant Frank Ocean. He is planning to write a book amongst other interesting things.
Releasing a critically acclaimed album, Channel Orange, which debuted at number two on the Billboard charts, collaborating with some of the top artists in entertainment like Kanye West, Jay-Z, BeyoncÃ©, Alicia Keys, and Andre 3000
Ever since the famous open letter in which The Odd Future member admitted to falling in love with another man, heâs been silentâ¦until now. He recently did a photo shoot and interview with GQ Magazine in which he addressed the famous open letter via Tubmlr that broke the mold in the hip hop world.
Frank Ocean returns to his website to layout his career plan directly with fans.
Ok, the music industry calls the genre of R&B to be the bastard of pop music or rather music period. I guess because they think it doesn't relate to all people...
Frank Ocean is back with another visual offering from his debut album "Channel Orange" with "Pyramids." The 10-minute track is cut in half for the videoâs sake, using only the latter portion of the song.
The 2012 MTV Video Music Awards may have been among the least watched broadcasts in recent years, but that had no baring on performers and sales. According to Billboard, acts including Frank Ocean and Alicia Keys have received boosts in sales following the show.