Aligning with the artists’ enigmatic style, there was no mention of a new album or tour or any update on the Spike Jonze visual project.
His aesthetic goes way beyond just snapping a picture on his iPhone 7+ and uploading it to the Gram.
With a new album from one of the great American bands of our time, things are good.
Frank Ocean and Brad Pitt are the duo no one ever asked for but definitely the one we do deserve.
Shouts out to Tyler, man. Lord knows coming out on a rap album is sure to get a fair share of pushback and criticism, even though it’s 2017.
Frank Ocean’s debut studio album Channel Orange, one of the most seminal albums of the last decade, came out 5 years ago today.
Funk Wav Bounces is far from a hip-hop record, it’s dance music, but each track hosts a litany of features from the most poppin’ artists in hip-hop.
4:44 is the Brooklyn native’s first project in four years and… it’s a lot.
On Rocket, (Sandy) Alex G seizes the indie crown and shows his ability to do basically whatever the hell he wants musically.