Frank Ocean decided not to press charges against Chris Brown after the two battled over a studio parking spot last month, but the controversy won't go away. The police report has been leaked, TMZ reports, and Ocean apparently told cops that he was called a homophobic slur ("f-----") during the brawl, and that Brown threatened to shoot him. Yikes. All this over a parking space?
Looks like the 2013 Grammy Awards will be Ocean-sized. That's right: Frank Ocean, who is up for an armload of honors at this year's Grammys, has been added to the list of performers confirmed for the 55th annual ceremony, which CBS will broadcast live on Sunday, Feb. 10 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Parking spaces are serious real estate in Los Angeles -- but enough to cause two musicians to come to blows? The answer, apparently, is yes, as Frank Ocean and fellow R&B star Chris Brown put up their dukes yesterday (Jan. 27) over a studio parking spot.
Frank Ocean may have had a bang-up year in 2012, thanks to his critically lauded and universally adored 'Channel Orange' album, but his New Year's Eve and first few days of 2013 started off on a sour note. As TMZ reports, the singer was pulled over for speeding and busted for having pot on his person.
Frank Ocean posted a song written for, but not used in, the new Quentin Tarantino movie 'Django Unchained' on Tumblr last night. And like many of the songs on his excellent debut album, the cut -- titled 'Wiseman' -- is a slow-building, moody ballad.
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