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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Frank Ocean: borrows from the past to propel music into the future (Nostalgia, Ultra)

From the west coast...

He's part of a collective called: Odd Future

Frank Ocean: Every once in a while, an artist comes along and changes the format by daring not to be like the rest of what's playing on the radio, and they venture off into a sound that can still be excepted by the mainstream and the underground alike. One such project is Frank Ocean's Nostalgia, Ultra. Ocean wrote and produced the entire project himself (also impressive). There has been talk on the internet about similarities between him and "The Weeknd" (Abel Tesfaye) and I actually beg to differ, there content and there sound is vast enough to be considered distinct from each other.

I'm a little late listening to this, I've heard his name thrown around a few times before even hearing his music, we live in the viral age. But i refuse to post a mixtape until I've listened to the whole thing twice over. I finally got the chance to listen to this Frank Ocean mixtape, and well I've posted it, so now it's for you to judge.

Most male singers perform music about being the ultimate object of affection, Frank Ocean explores that but goes into how his actions have an effect on the other parties involved. I don't listen to a lot of R&B anymore (not since the 90's anyways) but I like how he bares his real flaws through his craft. Very few singers nowadays can get audiences to understand them as a whole complete person. Nostalgia, Ultra is Epic because it’s boldly unique.

Download the Mixtape: Frank Ocean - Nostalgia, Ultra

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