Video: Frank Ocean – “Songs For Women”

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While New Orleans born Frank Ocean’s “Songs For Women” is certainly pertaining to the fairer sex, the fan made video by Aris Jerome is assuredly for men (it’s essentially a beautiful woman in her underwear making sensual poses). The Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All cohort’s debut mixtape, Nostalgia, Ultra, is causing all sorts of ruckus on the blogosphere, particularly because Ocean defied his label, Island Def Jam, by putting out the album on his Tumblr to download for free.

The rapper/r&b singer, who used to go by the name of Christopher “Lonny” Breaux when he was a writer for artists including the Biebs himself, John Legend and Brandy, enlists producers like Midi Mafia (50 Cent) and Tricky Stewart (Rihanna, Beyonce) to appear on the mixtape. Since hanging with Tyler The Creator’s OFWGTKA, Frank Ocean’s music has been praised by the likes of Diddy, Lupe and the Gambino. See what all the hoopla is about and download Nostalgia, Ultra, but not before checking out the video for “Songs For Women” below.


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