Following the shocking news of Prince‘s passing, fellow artists and musicians continue to mourn and pay tribute to the icon.
The reclusive Frank Ocean has broken his silence to share his sadness in a lengthy Tumblr post.
Producer/Remixer JayBeatz is back with a brand new original mash-up for your listening pleasure.
Going back to the well of his favorite artists to blend, Jay’s latest work is titled “All I Want (Runaway Pt. II),” and mixes Jhene Aiko’s “Living Room Flow” with The Weeknd’s “Where You Belong,” and Frank Ocean’s “Pink Matter.”
Spellbinding and eerily seductive the remix should please any fan of the three artists.
Take a listen below:
Frank Ocean surprises fans with a tribute to Aaliyah on what would have been the late singers 36th birthday. The singer-songwriter pays homage to Baby Girl with a cover of The Isley Brothers’ 1976 classic “At Your Best (You Are Love),” which Aaliyah covered on her debut album Age Ain’t Nothing but a Number.
The Grammy-winning crooner took to his Tumblr page to share the tender tribute, showcasing his falsetto.
In November, Ocean teased a new song called “Memrise” and has been working on the follow-up to his 2012 Grammy-winning album channel ORANGE with producers including Hit-Boy and Rodney Jerkins.
Take a listen to Frank’s surprise tribute below:
Thanksgiving Day might be over, but the spirit of giving is still very much present. Just ask Frank Ocean.
Dropping off a new song to fans via his Tumblr, the singer-songwriter is giving a little tease for his anticipated sophomore album. Titled, “Memrise,” the short track finds Ocean taking us on a clouded trip to the moon and back.
Set to feature contributions from Hit-Boy, Rodney Jerkins, Happy Perez, Charlie Gambetta, and Kevin Ristro, Franks’s follow-up to 2012’s Channel Orange well hopefully be here next year.
Until then, take a listen to his random new loosie below:
A who’s who of entertainment and fashion ascended upon the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC for the Costume Institute Gala on Monday. In front of a crowd of his peers, Frank Ocean performed for the celebrities and invited guests.
In a dapper black-and-white Givenchy tux, the crooner performed “Super Rich Kids” and his Django Unchained soundtrack outtake “Wise Man,” backed by an all-female orchestra.
“The performance was so amazing last night!” tweeted his mother Katonya, who he brought as his date. “The room, the orchestra, the VOICE! Amazing. Just amazing.”
Check out clips of Franks performance below: