Almost a year has passed since the touted release of Frank Ocean‘s sophomore album ‘Big Boys Don’t Cry’ came and went without answer or arrival.
Secrecy has encased the set, which follows 2012’s ‘Channel Orange,’ yet one thing is certain – the buzz continues to grow.
It’s a trajectory which shows no signs of letting up, especially following a
Short Snippets Lifted From "Secret Session"
Frank Ocean‘s sophomore is still missing in action but that’s done little to prevent the unearthing of new material front entertainer.
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Singer Clarifies Wild Words On R&B Rival
Miguel may have a ‘Wildheart’ – as evidenced by his third studio album, however it appears he knows when to tame the flames.
As reported, the soulful crooner found himself in a spot of bother after declaring that he made better music than Frank Ocean during a recent interview.
Given the rarity of artists being so frank, the singer’s comments went viral on social media and the lion-share of the response was less than endorsing.
In an attempt to mellow the melee, Mig-Money released a statement via Twitter.
What did he have to say? Find out below…
Miguel has shared his thoughts on Frank Ocean...and they’re set to ruffle the feathers of the latter’s fans.
Why he feels he’s a far better artist than the ‘Swim Good’ lyricist?
Christopher Breaux is no more.
Yes, one year after he first made moves to change his name legally, Frank Ocean has now been granted the permission to be recognised as…Frank Ocean.
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Frank Ocean has been named as one of the most influential gay men in the USA by the LGBT publication OUT.
The singer made their Power 50 2015 list after he revealed that he been romantically involved with a male friend during the campaign to promote his debut album ‘Channel Orange‘ in 2012.
Where the ‘Swim Good’ vocalist is placed on the chart?
Find out after the jump…