R&B crooner released Blonde independently after fulfilling his contract with Endless.
The crooner breaks his silence with a visual album that emphasizes process over product.
Included in Frank Ocean’s new zine, Boys Don’t Cry.
R&B crooner shares his second new album in as many days.
R&B crooner takes on materialism, self-indulgence, and the artificial existence of celebrity culture.
Beyoncé started the trend, Frank Ocean’s keeping it going, and others will follow.
It won’t be titled Boys Don’t Cry, however.
Long-awaited follow-up to Channel Orange features contributions from Jonny Greenwood, James Blake, Sampha, and more.
Kurt Wagner pays “homage” to music by Kanye West and Frank Ocean.
A slinky and tropical take on the channel ORANGE original.
The elusive artist will release Boys Don’t Cry later than intended — and he doesn’t need to apologize.
The wait is nearly over for the R&B crooner’s Channel Orange follow-up.