Thursday night, Frank Ocean released new music, not from his long-awaited album Boy Don’t Cry, but another album entirely. Everyone’s patiently (and not-so-patiently) waited for his new tunes for way too long, so you should probably check it out ASAP. Here’s how to listen to Endless.
Ocean’s 18-track visual album was released exclusively on Apple Music. More »
It’s just a really fucking beautiful piece of prose. More »
In today’s Things We Are Not Surprised About Ever, Chris Brown has made the classy decision to countersue the guy his entourage allegedly beat up last year. Sha’keir Duarte filed a suit against Brown in August for a fight that broke out this January outside a recording studio in West Hollywood between Brown and Frank… More »
“I don’t have a problem with gay people. I got some gay homies. Yeah, for real. People who were gay used to get beat up. It was cool to beat up on gay people back then. But in the 90s and 2000s, gay is a way of life. Just regular people with jobs. Now they… More »
Today, In UGHHHH Chris Brown News: Frank Ocean tweeted last night that Brown and his friends jumped him in a West Hollywood parking lot: “got jumped by chris and a couple guys. lol. cut my finger now I can’t play w two hands at the grammys.” The LAPD confirmed, “Chris Brown and the victim… More »
Frank Ocean’s deadbeat father who abandoned him at age six is suing his son for $1 million. Crazy. [Fuse TV]
Nancy Lanza, mother of the Newtown, Connecticut killer, was allegedly petitioning a court to get Adam Lanza committed to a psychiatric institution. [Newser]
Oh, please, Will and Kate are not choosing “Diana” as… More »
Last night, the nominees for the 2013 Grammy Awards were announced! Frank Ocean, fun., Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson, Gotye, Miguel, and Jay Z and Kanye West are all up for lots of awards. Can we all collectively agree that they should just hand Carly Rae Jepsen the song of the year award for “Call… More »
GQ: Do you consider yourself bisexual?
Frank Ocean: You can move to the next question. I’ll respectfully say that life is dynamic and comes along with dynamic experiences, and the same sentiment that I have towards genres of music, I have towards a lot of labels and boxes and shit. I’m in this… More »
Oh, Karl Lagerfeld, have you ever smiled in your life? We understand there’s a lot of pressure when you’re Kaiser Karl, but hello — you’re hanging out with amazing R&B star Frank Ocean. That’s something to be happy about! Ocean and Karl struck a pose together at Karl and Carine Roitfeld’s launch for their Little… More »
“Personally, for me, I like people I have a connection with. I’m not the type of girl who will date someone that I don’t really like just so I’m not lonely. So the people I always end up being with are people I have a big-ass connection with, and that could be with a boy,… More »
“[Coming out] was about my own sanity and my ability to feel like I’m living a life where … I’m happy when I wake up in the morning, and not with this freakin’ boulder on my chest. … I wished at 13 there was somebody I looked up to who would have said something like… More »
Beyonce is super stoked for newly out R&B singer Frank Ocean, and to show her support, she did what only Bey-Bey could: She posted a poem for Ocean on her website. The rather repetitive verse encourages Ocean to be himself and be an inspiration. Would we expect anything less from Beyonce, really?
After… More »
On last night’s Jimmy Fallon, openly gay R&B singer Frank Ocean offered up his debut television performance. Ocean chose to sing the song “Bad Religion,” off his new album Channel Orange, a moving song about loving someone who can’t love you back. In it, he intones:
This unrequited love
To me it’s nothing… More »
Could it be dear readers? Could Kanye West or Pharrell Williams be one of the men that Frank Ocean was in love with? O.M.G! Don’t drop your cucumbers now! Frank Ocean recently revealed on Tumblr that he was in love with a 19-year old man in the summer of 2007, when Frank was also 19. Kanye West and Frank Ocean lovers… More »
I’ve always believed that rap was sort of the final frontier when it comes to homosexuality — that given the culture of misogyny and homophobia so prevalent in rap, it would be an amazing and powerful statement to have a gay emcee go public. And so it is, with Odd Future collective member Frank Ocean,… More »