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Frank Ocean’s “Blonde” is Now Available on All Streaming Services

Frank Ocean Blond

Update: Blonde is officially available on all streaming services. Tidal has finally joined Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora and more in adding Frank’s latest album. If you’re a Tidal subscriber, listen to Blonde here.

Tyler the Creator, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar and many more celebrities are showing major love to Frank in honor of his very successful weekend. The Endless and Blonde singer is officially an independent artist as his visual album fulfilled his contract with Def Jam.


Tyler gifted Frank a “birthday cake for Blonde” while Kanye went on a rant stating that the radio should support Frank’s independent release.

Even K.Dot showed love to Ocean.

UPDATE 2: Frank made good on his promise and dropped his highly anticipated new project, now called Blonde. He started the drop with a music video for “Nike’s” before announced surprise pop-up shops where he sold the vaunted Boys Don’t Cry zines. Full of the album features (including Kendrick Lamar, Andre 3000, Mike Dean, Rick Rubin, Tyler The Creator, Yung Lean, Acra, The Beatles, and many many more) and Kanye West McDonald’s raps (really), this is the crescendo that fans have been waiting for.

Well, what are you waiting for? We’re already deep into “Pink + White.” Buy and/or stream the joint on Apple Music now.

Update: Frank Ocean is full of surprises this weekend. The 28 year old has dropped the visuals to his newest song, “Nikes.” The video opens up with Frank singing, “I got two versions, I got two versions.” “Nikes” also features cameos from Trina and A$AP Rocky.

Take a look at the beautiful and NSFW video for “Nike” above.

Frank Ocean pushed everyone’s bedtime back two hours last night (August 18) when his infamous live stream blinked back to life on Apple Music. He finished up work on a staircase while playing what sounded like new music in the background before revealing that the live stream was really a 45-minute visual album called Endless, which you can stream if you’re an Apple Music subscriber. And if you’re not an Apple Music subscriber, here’s a rip you can watch below:

Frank Ocean – Endless from Audio Premieres on Vimeo.

With vocal credits from Jazmine Sullivan and Sampha and instrumental contributions from James Blake, Om’Mas Keith, and others, it’s a soothing musical journey; and it might not even be the only one we get. Rolling Stone reports that an entire separate album is coming at some point this weekend. Time to head to your local Apple Store and bug them about those magazines. Check out the credits below.

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