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Channel ORANGE

Frank Ocean

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On Frank Ocean’s Def Jam debut, the New Orleans native pours his heart out, using a honeycoated tenor to express what’s on his mind in a relatable, artistic way that calls to mind Jill Scott on her debut. This isn’t a set of Hollywood-scripted love fantasies. Still, after opening with falsetto-brushed musings about his first love (“Thinkin Bout You”) and spending too much time alone (“Sierra Leone”), the soul singer gives us an effervescent, sun-kissed view of life’s simple pleasures (“Sweet Life”) and a tongue-in-cheek glimpse of what it means to be “Super Rich Kids”—featuring Odd Future lyricist Earl Sweatshirt. There are also guest appearances by John Mayer and André 3000, who delivers masterful storytelling on the slow jam “Pink Matter.”

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Buy it and appreciate pyramids

This Canadian is feeling it.......5 stars crackers!

Great Voice

Frank, im super proud of all of your accomplishment over the last few weeks. Your music helps me to escape my surrounding and focus on school, love and life … Keep up the good work xoxoxo.

Love.

Frank and his music are just amazing.

Biography

Born: October 28, 1987 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

An R&B vocalist affiliated with the outlandish hip-hop crew Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, Frank Ocean (Christopher "Lonny" Breaux) was born and raised in New Orleans. The aspiring songwriter and singer had just moved into his dorm at the University of New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina hit. With his future under water, Ocean immediately left the academic life behind and moved to L.A. to give music a shot. He cut some demos at a friend's home studio, shopped them around town, and eventually...
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