What do you get when you add Jay-Z, Pharrell Williams and Frank Ocean in the studio? We hope an awesome collaborative song. Last night (Oct. 8 ), Skateboard P tweeted out a picture of himself with Hov and Ocean hanging out in the lab.
Frank Ocean's notoriety has now reached overseas in France as the singer-songwriter graces the cover of the latest issue of French magazine Snatch. Despite the magazine's dubious title, the publication features interviews with celebrities and music artists.
We know that Frank Ocean has an incredible falsetto range, but who knew he could spit a couple of bars? Last night, right before he graced the stage at the Vitaminwater #Uncapped concert in New York, Ocean shared on his Tumblr page a new track called 'Blue Whale.'
Lil Wayne might find himself in some controversy after mentioning Frank Ocean in his verse on the remix to Future's hit single, 'Turn on the Lights.' Weezy uses Ocean's sexuality as a punchline on the track, which has everyone in a tizzy.
Frank Ocean usually takes subdued approaches to his videos, but not with 'Pyramids.' The 'Channel Orange' singer examines the contrasts between the seedy underworld of strip joints and the actual underworld, all while sporting a sharp suit and brandishing a gun. The dark, trippy clip is a stark contrast to his 'SNL' performance of the song with John Mayer, in which he danced and played video games.
The season premiere of 'Saturday Night Live' kicked off with a bang, featuring musical guests Frank Ocean and John Mayer. The chemistry between the performers is palpable and a lot of fun to watch, and they brought an intensity to the otherwise lighthearted show -- but still didn't take themselves too seriously.
When Frank Ocean graces the stage on the season premiere of 'Saturday Night Live' this Saturday (Sept. 15), he will have special guest with him -- singer-guitarist John Mayer. The Odd Future crooner announced the news on his Twitter feed today (Sept. 11). "SNL this weekend. Me and the bro John Mayer," he wrote.
Expect to see a lot of Frank Ocean next month as the R&B crooner will make appearances on two major television platforms. First up, NBC has announced that Ocean will be the musical guest on 'Saturday Night Live' when it begins its 38th season on Sept. 15.
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