Author: Our Friends At NPR Music
If there is any pop star that is perfectly suited to our current moment — someone who works in isolation, rarely appears in large public spaces and communicates mostly through occasionally cryptic social media posts — it’s Frank Ocean. He released two new songs, “Dear April” and “Cayendo,” on his Blonded YouTube channel and streaming services […]
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