Frank Ocean splits his Vimeo screen and shares his recent travels in the latest visual off channel ORANGE. For most folks, this may be closest thing to getting lost in the world.
Debonair vocalist, Frank Ocean just let loose this previously unreleased cut from the channel ORANGE recording sessions.
During the evening’s ceremony, Frank performed “Forrest Gump” while previewing the upcoming video as his back drop. Expect the video to premiere sooner than soon.
This may be the closest thing to an OutKast reunion. Frank Ocean & Outkast – Pink Matter (Remix) Download:
Frank Ocean took to his tumblr page to release a record intended for the Django Soundtrack that didn’t make the cut. He also posted a screenshot of the lyrics to the song on his tumblr. Frank Ocean – Wiseman Download:
Frank took to his Tumblr page last night to release some new music, showcasing a few of his bars. Life goes on, pimpin’. DOWNLOAD HERE Frank Ocean – Blue Whale
Frank Ocean – Thinkin Bout You – SNL Frank Ocean – Pyramids Frank Ocean hit the big stage in NYC this weekend to perform at SNL. He performed two songs “Thinking Bout You” & “Pyramids.” During his performance Frank had John Mayer play guitar during both songs, giving Mayer a… Read More →
Directed by Nabil, whom you may know from the ‘Mercy’ video or doing a few of Frank Ocean’s other videos ‘Novocaine’ & ‘Swim Good.’ The two teamed up again to make another cinematic master piece. They even recruited John Mayer to play a guitar solo at the end of the video.
Frank Ocean took to his tumblr to take the time to open up about his sexuality. Click HERE to read his letter.
We got a visual today and now we get the actual 1st taste of what to expect for Frank Ocean’s debut album.
Although the re-release of Frankie‘s Nostalgia Ultra never materialized, he’s set to release his debut album, Channel Orange on July 17th. Until then, here’s a preview of some new material. This might be one of the most anticipated albums of 2012, I know I’m definitely on that ship.
Jay Z & Kanye West too to the streets of Prague to start their riot by Roman Gavras. Thought you don’t get a performance or to even see any of the artists this video is masterfully done. Just enjoy the good cinematography that too many videos lack today.