Frank Ocean surprised his fans by releasing his debut album 'Channel Orange' on iTunes a week earlier before the physical CD release. For those of you who are waiting to buy the physical copy on July 17, there's an added bonus track called 'Golden Girl,' featuring Odd Future leader Tyler, the Creator.
Frank Ocean is the talk of the music industry and for good reason. The Odd Future crooner's open letter about his bisexuality has garnered worldwide support from his fans and fellow artists alike. When news broke, many people wondered how OF leader Tyler, the Creator would react. Well, quite frankly, he already knew and it wasn't a big deal to him.
Although there hasn't been an official confirmation from Frank Ocean, TV and radio personality Max has alluded on her blog that the Odd Future singer opens up about his bisexuality on his new album 'Channel Orange.' The journalist had a chance to hear the 17-song collection during a listening session in the U.K., and according to her, some of the lyrics might surprise some people.
The Trayvon Martin case continues to be a polarizing social issue and has caught the attention of celebrities, President Obama and now, artists in the music community. Diddy, Frank Ocean, The-Dream, Nelly and others have posted photos on their Twitter accounts wearing hoodies in remembrance of Trayvon Martin.