The recent subject of countless Internet jokes and memes has finally delivered his sophomore studio album, Blonde. Originally thought to be named Boys Don’t Cry,Frank Ocean spontaneously dropped Blonde Saturday afternoon via Apple Music and at pop-up shops in major cities.
The ethereal project filled with guitars, strings and moving lyrics is a strong follow-up to 2012’s Channel Orange and displays sheer creativity and growth. Features include Kendrick Lamar, Beyonce and Andre 3000. Enjoy the masterpiece below.
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Jay Z makes comeback after teasing the public with two bars on Drake’s “Pop Style,” he delivers with a fiery verse that boldly addresses Beyonce‘s Internet conversation piece, Lemonade. Remy Ma, Fat Joe, and French Montana also hold their own with solid bars that will be undoubtedly heard all summer long. Listen to the track here.
This weekend, Beyonce debuted her stunning new visual album, Lemonade, on HBO. Much to the surprise of many, the work focuses on a dramatic, yet heartfelt and honest journey coping with infidelity. Songs feature vocals from artists like The Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar while cameos include Jay Z andSerena Williams.
After collaborating on “Mine” for Beyonce‘s surprise album, Drake and B are back with their latest track “Can I.” The song will be on Drizzy’s new studio album, Views From the Six. Listen to the leaked work in full here.
Watch the new video from Nicki Minaj and Beyonce set at Coachella called “Feelin’ Myself” produced by Hit-Boy and Queen B herself. The track is off of Nicki Minaj’s Pinkprint album, which dropped December of last year. Watch here.