Haha. Love you. Ocean also acknowledges his time management skills on the final track on Blonde, Futura Free, where he sings, I aint on your schedule/I aint on no schedule. Two of the new tracks actually debuted in 2013: Ocean performed early versions of Blondes Ivy and Seigfried during a concert in Munich, Germany in the summer of 2013. The then-unnamed tracks eventually became the songs now featured on Oceans new album. He turned Queen Bey into the most over-qualified backup singer ever: Beyonce and Ocean have long been collaborators, starting with him writing I Miss You, for her 2011 studio album, 4. He later appeared on her track, Superpower in 2013 on her album, Beyonce. Now, on Blonde, Beyonces diva vocals take the backseat on Pink + White, appearing nearly halfway through the sultry track, where she only utters one line, Take it easy, and spends the rest of the time harmonizing in the background. Who takes one of the biggest stars in music and culture and uses her just for background vocals? Frank Ocean, thats who. His album shares a name with his company: Franks album is titled, Blonde, but it reads as Blond on his album cover which features an image of him with neon green hair. http://justinlongportal.pdxrwa.org/2016/09/03/some-helpful-questions-on-factors-in-curriculum-vitae/It turns out that his album shares the same title as his racing company, Blonde Racing LLC, which is also responsible for the content posted on his official website, BoysDontCry.co Blonde takes the spiritual existentialism that defined Channel Orange and strides forward confidently: In his zine Boys Dont Cry, Ocean features sensual shots of both male and female bodies, while in his Nikes video, nude and/or glitter-covered bodies embrace.
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