He began by reminiscing, saying "those 7 letters," presumably referring to OFWGKTA, "are forever," although they are "no more."
The singer posted a photo on his website recently (April 6) of himself with what appears to be two different versions of an upcoming album.
Who is the most influential human being on planet Earth? Well, Time magazine's new list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World isn't actually numbered, but Jay-Z landed on the cover of the issue -- and he was only one of five musicians to make the tally. The other four? The inclusion of Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake wasn't all that shocking, of course, but seeing Frank Ocean and Miguel -- who killed it on 'SNL' this past weekend -- was something of a surprise, and a welcome one.
With a couple of Grammys under his belt, Frank Ocean has earned the right to brag about his successful, jet-setting lifestyle, and he does exactly that in his new video for ‘Lost.' The clip portrays the ‘Thinkin’ About You’ singer in various spots around the world, playing shows, engaging with fans and generally living it up.
Performing 'Forrest Gump' at the 2013 Grammy Awards, Frank Ocean referenced the film of the same name, appearing in front of a scenic highway backdrop that conjured images of Tom Hanks running across the country. The tune is from Ocean's record ‘Channel Orange,’ which earned him the honor of Best Urban Contemporary Album over Chris Brown.