How Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonde’ Became an Instant Classic

How Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonde’ Became an Instant Classic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFYQpHTsbMk I became a fan of Frank Ocean after his 2016 release, Blonde, and I knew as soon I heard it that it’d be regarded as one of the best albums from 2016 and the decade as a whole. As much of an overstatement as that might sound, it’s challenging to find an artist who

How ‘The Mandalorian’ Score Found The New ‘Star Wars’ Sound

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQIcZbzr9Wk Given that I’m a 22-year-old who has a natural love for writing, music, and film, you can easily make the assumption that I’m a huge Star Wars fan. Although I’m not a die-hard for every Star Wars film, I can say for certain that The Mandalorian is arguably my favorite piece from the Star

Live Music Recommendations #32 – Frank Ocean – Live on SNL (2012)

https://vimeo.com/50200762 Frank Ocean is one of the most enthralling artists in the modern Avante-Garde and R&B spectrum, with his 2016 release Blonde being one of my favorite records from the last ten years. If you’re a fan of Ocean, you know how rare it is for him to perform live or be in the public

John Lennon On Why The Beatles Ended | The Dick Cavett Show

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqXzloWA53E Furthering yesterday’s article on my love for The Beatles, today’s article centers around John Lennon’s appearance on The Dick Cavett Show to discuss his reason for why The Beatles ended. Unlike Harrison, Lennon gives a slightly different variation on the group’s history, and more specifically, the impact Yoko Ono had on the band. Like