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Transcript of FRANK OCEAN
On top of that “Thinkin Bout You” also moves up three spots to #31 on the R&B and
Hip-Hop songs chart. “Thinkin Bout You” Jumps to #39 on The Billboard Hot 100 Frank Ocean’s “channel ORANGE” Sells 131,000 Copies First Week FADER AND
ROLLING STONE Frank Ocean 'Comes out' on Tumblr Became a member of OFWGKTA FRΔNK OCEΔN 'I ain't got no worries/ No Frank Ocean, I'm straight,' says hip-hop star in new rap Wayne isn't the first musician in recent weeks to comment on Ocean's sexuality. Earlier this month (September 3), legendary artist Stevie Wonder apologized for comments he made in an interview which insinuated that the singer was merely "confused". The sales numbers for channel ORANGE’s second week are looking good. The album moved 131,000 copies in it’s first week (July 10-16) with a majority of the sales (128,000) coming from iTunes only after the album released early online.
In it’s second week, 59,825 copies of “channel ORANGE” we’re sold bringing Frank’s two week total over 190,000 copies sold and giving him his second week in the Top 5 on the Billboard 200. Some would consider this his true first week total if both digital and physical sales we’re combined assuming the albums release wasn’t staggered over two weeks. He made headlines worldwide by blogging about his sexuality. 'I wanted to wake up without this freakin' boulder on my chest,' he says in this Guardian exclusive On July 4, 2012, Ocean published an open letter on his Tumblr blog recounting unrequited feelings he had for another young man when he was 19 years old, citing it as his first true love Alternative hip hop collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, often abbreviated to OFWGKTA (stylized OFWGK†Δ) or Odd Future, is an American alternative hip hop collective from Los Angeles, California. The collective is led by rapper/producer Tyler, The Creator Christopher Francis Ocean An article of a live show of one of Frank oceans concerts. 'Live: An Evening With Frank Ocean' By Amber Bravo Frank Ocean Features in Rolling Stone Magazines Hot List Frank has an official Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr page where fans can know more about what he's up to and know whens the next concerts etc. peer assessed by Vanessa Wanner: Has alot of online information about the artist and a very clear background on the artist and states clearly what social media frank ocean has been asociated with. very colourful and the text is easy to read. could put one or two videos of frank ocean or a demonstration of one of his many songs.