Image for Frank Ocean Names Debut Album ‘Channel Orange’ + Watch Album Trailer

Frank Ocean Names Debut Album ‘Channel Orange’ + Watch Album Trailer

Written by Kiel Egging on June 9, 2012

Odd Future’s Frank Ocean has announced details of his long-anticipated debut album release. According to NME and Pitchfork, the album – titled Channel Orange – will be out on July 16 through Def Jam Records. Ocean is plugging the album release with a short video, which you can watch below.

The Odd Future crooner was originally going to re-release his acclaimed mixtape Nostalgia, Ultra – but he shelved his plans and decided to focus on his debut album instead. He’s been dropping several new tracks at various performances throughout this year, including one called Forrest Gump – which he performed at his set at Coachella.

Watch Frank Ocean’s Channel Orange Trailer:

Join Music Feeds on Facebook

More On Music Feeds

News

Taking Your Daughter To A P!nk Concert Is Not Bad Parenting, Rules US Judge

Occasional rock chick P.

News

Thy Art Is Murder Reveal Uncensored ‘Holy War’ Artwork

Sydney deathcore act Thy Art Is Murder have shared the original uncensored cover art for their upcoming album, Holy War, after the artwork leaked online earlier this week.

News

The Presets Apologise For “Getting Personal” In Death Penalty Comments

Sydney electro duo The Presets have apologised for “getting personal” in their emotional comments to fans yesterday, but have reiterated their stance against against the impending execution of convicted Bali Nine drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.

Culture/Tech

‘The Book Of Mormon’ Is Coming To Melbourne

The creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, are bringing their Broadway hit show The Book Of Mormon to Australia, and have announced the show will debut in Melbourne from January 2017.

News

Circa Survive Announce Australian Tour With PVRIS

Philadelphia alt-rock outfit Circa Survive have announced plans to return to Australia this September for an East Coast tour where they’ll be joined by Massachusetts rockers PVRIS.

News

Amy Winehouse’s Family Says New Doco Is “Misleading”, Contains “Basic Untruths”

Highly anticipated Amy Winehouse documentary, Amy, has come under fire from the late singer’s family, who have branded the film “misleading”.

Around the web

This May Also Interest You