The elusive Frank Ocean may have only been dropping solo music since 2011 (Nostalgia, Ultra EP), but his musical impact is felt and appreciated, so much so, that a course on him is being offered this fall at UC Berkley. "Brain Like Berkeley" (the official name of the course) was created by UC Berkeley students Preya Gill and Deborah Chang, [Read More]
Still, no word on a new project, but there's hope as Frank Ocean delivers "Moon River." The song is a cover of Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer's hit single, "Moon River," originally performed by Audrey Hepburn. Frank is a fan of covers as he previously covered the Isley Brothers' "At Your Best (You are Love)." The song's theme of self-reflection is [Read More]
Ocean stood by his story, insisting the essay "speaks for itself," and called for the case to be dismissed. A judge agreed and ruled in Ocean’s favor, reports Law360.
Following his long-awaited 2016 project Blonde and performing at music festivals worldwide, Frank Ocean releases a music in the form of "Provider."
Frank Ocean and his attorney may need to come up with a stronger defense in the defamation case brought by his father.
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Elusive singer Frank Ocean made appearances at two festivals, Denmark’s NorthSide Festival on Friday (June 9th) and Manchester’s Parklike Festival on Saturday (June 10th) to perform some of his hits and fan favorites.
Last night (May 1), New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted their annual Met Gala soiree. Some of R&B's music stars attended the high-fashion soiree...
Producer Calvin Harris has been teasing a new song featuring Migos and Frank Ocean on his Snapchat called "Slide." Produced by Harris, the song has Ocean on Migos on the vocals, and it sounds like a breezy springtime hit.
Frank Ocean's "deadbeat" dad is looking for a come up from his son. Calvin Cooksey is suing his music star son for defamation, claiming Ocean threw dirt on his name after alleging that he used a homophobic slur decades ago.