Frank Ocean - Blonde

Frank Ocean - Blonde album wiki, reviews
Artist :   Frank Ocean
Album Name :   Blonde
Genre :   Pop
Tracks :   17
Relase Date :   12 December 2017
Country :   USA

Blonde (Frank Ocean) Album Songs


Song Title Artist Time
1. Nikes Frank Ocean 5:14
2. Ivy Frank Ocean 4:09
3. Pink + White Frank Ocean 3:04
4. Be Yourself Frank Ocean 1:26
5. Solo Frank Ocean 4:17
6. Skyline To Frank Ocean 3:04
7. Self Control Frank Ocean 4:09
8. Good Guy Frank Ocean 1:06
9. Nights Frank Ocean 5:07
10. Solo (Reprise) Frank Ocean 1:18
11. Pretty Sweet Frank Ocean 2:38
12. Facebook Story Frank Ocean 1:08
13. Close to You Frank Ocean 1:25
14. White Ferrari Frank Ocean 4:08
15. Seigfried Frank Ocean 5:34
16. Godspeed Frank Ocean 2:57
17. Futura Free Frank Ocean 9:24

Blonde by Frank Ocean Album Listen

About Frank Ocean - Blonde Album

Blond(e) is the second studio album by American singer Frank Ocean. It was released on August 20, 2016, exclusively on the iTunes Store and Apple Music along with a CD from the Boys Don't Cry Magazine which features an extra verse on "Nikes" by KOHH. ..

Blonde (Frank Ocean) Album Comments

Blonde (Frank Ocean) Album Reviews

  • Pure heat 😯🔥🔥

    Ruggguierug
    5
    We don’t deserve Frank for this masterpiece
  • Incredible

    jaywate
    5
    Album is in my top 5 of all time
  • Masterpiece

    tkbru
    5
    An album that changed my life. Been listening to it nonstop since it came out and that was 3 years ago. If you don’t like this album your music taste is horrendous and don’t associate yourself with music ever
  • This Album Changed Me

    AvsCountry
    5
    I have never felt inclined to review an album through iTunes or at all. However, what Frank did in these 17 tracks is unrivaled and despite a 3 year aging period, it's still beautiful. Every song, so full of purpose and emotion. Blond impacted me on a deep level from the day I heard it and now, years later, listening to it brings new feelings out of me and let's me reflect on where I've been when this album was present. I don't feel that way about any other piece of music except for the visual project Frank released with Blonde, Endless, which was equally as beautiful and powerful. There is no bad song on this album. There is no good song on this album. There is only life shifting pieces that are blended together masterfully. If you've never listened to this album, you are missing a monumental part of what could be. Do yourself a favor, grace yourself.
  • It’s been years...

    vivalabreeski519
    5
    And this album still gets me through the day.
  • perfect

    thefrenchkid
    5
    Album of the century
  • AMAZING

    Intentedkarma
    5
    Too much heat
  • Masterpiece

    therealchandon
    5
    Melancholy and meaningful. Extreme highs & lows. Eating a pot brownie while riding a beach cruiser from Venice Beach to the Santa Monica pier. The experience is like no other. It’s more than an album. It’s a moment in time. In life. Enjoy & be eternally grateful. Love.
  • Honest

    AndLaaz
    5
    Been a fan of Frank for a while, when I first heard he was releasing an album I was hella excited! When I first heard Nikes I thought to myself, this man can take my soul to places I never thought I could be
  • beautiful

    nadamil
    5
    beautiful

Frank Ocean - Blonde Album Wiki

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