It appears that the inspiration for Frank Ocean's 'Channel Orange' track 'Crack Rock' is could be even more realistic than first perceived according to his new interview with Oyster Magazine. Or maybe he's just messing with all of us.
John Mayer and Frank Ocean's budding friendship is a beautiful thing. Not just because they do cool stuff like play together on 'SNL' and trade compliments about each others' work, but because us fans get some pretty good music out of it.
It looks like Frank Ocean is totally down with the childhood-taught concept that "sharing is caring" when it comes to collaborations. He is set to appear on the new album from John Mayer, who contributed to the Odd Future crooner's retail debut, 'Channel Orange.'
Frank Ocean's Australian tour isn't the only performance that his vocal tear has affected; the 'channel ORANGE' crooner's injury has also forced the cancellation of the first day of the 2013 OVO Fest, according to Pitchfork.
After his 'channel ORANGE' debut arrived to almost universal acclaim last year, scooping a well-deserved Grammy at the 2013 Awards, the excitement surrounding Frank Ocean's follow-up album is pretty damn high, to say the least.
Save for an appearance on Kanye's 'New Slaves' and Tyler, The Creator's 'Wolf' album Frank Ocean's been relatively quiet as of late. Though he said he was "10,11" songs deep into his follow-up to his award-winning debut 'Channel Orange' earlier this year we haven't heard much from the OF crooner.
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