I think sometimes it is better to be the fan than the artist. We get to enjoy the art they create and our only job is to get hooked on it, crave it, worship it, demand it.
Entries in Frank Ocean (8)
“The rap world thinks I’m gay…a lot of people out there do. They think I’m a homosexual, which is not a problem. I don’t want to say I’m gay, I’m straight, I’m bisexual or any of that, because that’s just…who cares? All that’s doing is dividing us.”
HypeForever is a young female hustler determined to be successful in everything that she does. The name HypeForever was based on my observations about the creative industry; music, painting, fashion, etc.
At the beginning of each year, I always wonder what my past year would have sounded like were it condensed into a mix tape.
Big Boi and Andree 3000 and their individual involvement in the rap game have spurred endless pleas from diehard fans for a rekindled love affair, formerly known as OutKast.
Frank Ocean gets poetic on "Blue Whale"—Pretty different from his typically soulful sound—he raps the whole way through with no hook or chorus.
Francis lets loose the visuals for "Pyramids," his second single off Channel Orange. And if Lil Wayne is starting to spark something with Mr. Ocean, let me remind Weezy who his daddy is.
The Anderson Cooper thing isn't a huge surprise since I hardly ever watch the news or CNN and I still referred to Cooper as "That gay guy from CNN". Frank Ocean however, is a pretty big one, just because no one in hip-hop/R&B has come out at the peak of their career or really ever I suppose.