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Music

Frank Ocean Stans Remember the Week 'Endless' and 'Blonde' Dropped

The elusive singer-songwriter has a rabid fanbase who freaked out last year when they were finally treated to new art.
Mikelle Street
8.21.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Evidence Emerges of Known Musician Frank Ocean Playing a Live Show

He performed a combination of tracks from 'Blond' and 'Endless' – and a few perfect extras – at Denmark’s NorthSide Festival on Friday.
Alex Robert Ross
6.12.17
Deep Ass Questions

Some Theories on the Identity of "Blond Piano," the Figure Behind Those Frank Ocean Piano Covers

It's time for some answers, dammit.
Lauren O'Neill
4.27.17
Holy Shit

Listen to Frank Ocean's Surprise New Song, "Chanel"

He dropped the song on the second episode of his Beats 1 show, 'Blonded.'
Alex Robert Ross
3.13.17
Noisey News

Kanye West Won’t Attend the Grammys if Frank Ocean Isn’t Nominated

Which might be tough, because neither ‘Blond(e)’ nor ‘Endless’ appear to have been submitted.
Alex Robert Ross
10.24.16
Noisey News

Well, Frank Ocean Sure Isn't Winning Any Grammys Next Year

Here's why...
Noisey Staff
10.18.16
Internet Exploring

The Song Credits for Frank Ocean's 'Blond(e)' Have Finally Arrived

And they're an... Ocean of information.
Phil Witmer
9.15.16
Essays

Frank Ocean Makes Me Want to Be a Better Person

'Blond(e)' is interested in the physical process of determining identities, the endless task of self-definition and self-improvement.
Kyle Kramer
8.26.16
Essays

The Profound Act of Being Yourself: On Frank Ocean’s 'Blond(e)' and Sexual Fluidity

Ocean’s dialogue around his sexuality is the same as his approach to music: open and vulnerable, but equally unclassifiable.
Emma Garland
8.24.16
Imagen

Inside the Modarn Songs on Frank Ocean's 'Blond' with @Seinfeld2000

"Facebook Story" is basically the plot of a brand new episode of 'Seinfeld.'
@Seinfeld2000
8.24.16
Essays

Why Frank Ocean's Vulnerability Is so Radical

'Blond(e)' is not the straightforward hip-hop, R&B, and funk of his previous records. It is music to speak truth to power, crafted solely to tell Ocean’s story.
Britt Julious
8.24.16
Internet Exploring

What the Interviews in Frank Ocean's Magazine Can Tell Us About the Album (and Life Itself)

Turns out, the woman behind those "drugs are bad for you" voicemails is not Frank's mom.
Mikelle Street
8.24.16
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