Frank Ocean | Frank Ocean drops new music on Christmas radio show



Frank Ocean released new music in the Christmas edition of his radio show.

The 34-year-old singer revealed a surprise to fans on his Apple radio show “Blonded Radio” on Christmas Day (12.25.21) as he shared a nine-minute track based on a conversation he had with Dutch motivational. speaker Wim Hof.

The untitled track was recorded by hitmaker “Chanel” in 2020 and Frank can be heard rapping on a long piano track.

The radio show also contained clips of a conversation with artist Ryan Breaux’s brother, who died in a car crash last year.

Frank wrote on Instagram: “Me and @iceman_hof had a conversation awhile ago when I was in the early stages of grieving and I remember being hammered afterwards by how his energy exploded in the morning. phone.

“So much vim in this Wim. We talked for a while about his job, the purpose of grief and how stepping into cold water changed his life.”

Ocean added, “It reminded me of studio conversations with players I know. Freewheeling, psychedelic, emotional, intelligent and generous.

“I enjoyed listening to it, so in this edit, I just let it talk without interruption. Me, (Cory Henry) and (Dylan Patrice) played a few sounds underneath to intensify the feeling. a bit of writing at the end that i did a single take of w cory in the summer of 2020.

“I came back and added a few words and parts on top of this more recent take. It felt like it matched the wabi sabi of Wim’s words. Merry Christmas everyone (sic)”

Frank hasn’t released an album since ‘Blonde’ in 2016, which he was grateful to release himself after a split from Def Jam Recordings, as he didn’t have to worry about his performance on the charts. .

He said: “With this record [‘Blonde’] in particular, I wanted to feel like I won before the disc came out, and I did, and so it took a lot of pressure off me on how the disc would perform even after the fact. Once the goal is reached, everything else is lagniappe. It’s not essential for me to have a big first week, it’s not essential for me to have big radio records. “



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