The whole part of Nas talking to Frank before anyone else did is probably bullshit. Yet, just use your imagination to consume the idea of these two working together. Nas has always done incredibly well with r&b singers (think Lauryn Hill) and Frank has obviously killed it with the likes of Odd Future. Hopefully one day a collaborative effort on the part of these two will see the light of day.
The success of Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All has catapulted the solo career of their R&B singer, Frank Ocean. So, how does he get rewarded? Three solo shows!!!!! What a joke…
Frank Ocean 2011 Tour Dates:
11/05 – New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
11/06 – New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
11/15 – Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theater
Fresh off their success in about every major way including some of the most staggering sales in hip-hop history, the members of Odd Future are releasing a book. Led by Tyler, The Creator and Frank Ocean, it will be the group’s first book release. Below is a quick description of what can be found in the narrative. It will be released in paperback on November 15th through Picturebox publishing.
This book, created entirely by the music group Odd Future and their circle of friends, features their own photography, design, and writing. This is a glimpse into a creative world that crosses skating, hip-hop, mischief and brilliance.-Picturebox
OFWGKTA’s vocalist has already worked with Nas and Pharell. He let loose this statement earlier today:
“I don’t wanna spoil too much for you, but.. you’re on a plane right now to the East coast to work with Kanye West and Jay-Z. It’s all working out kid. You made it.”-Frank Ocean
Watch The Throne anyone?