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ICYMI: New Frank Ocean Is Dropping This Summer

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By Diamond 9:49 am April 8, 2015 With a short and sweet Tumblr post, Frank Ocean let his fans know that the long wait for his sophomore album is almost over. “‘I got two versions. I got twoooo versions’ #ISSUE 1 #ALBUM 3 #JULY2015 #BOYSDONTCRY,” he wrote in his latest post. Guess we’ll have to […]

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Frank Ocean: ‘I Was A Thug in My Past Life’

In his Oyster magazine cover story, singer/songwriter Frank Ocean revealed that he used to be a “thug” in his past life. Ocean describes himself as having sold “a lot of cocaine and crack.”

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Summer M.’s Finals Week

By Summer M. 9:02 am December 3, 2012 For many, today marks the beginnings of finals week, a slew of tests given at the end of the semester wherein students attempt to coherently regurgitate everything they learned last night while cramming. In this tradition, I’d like to assign several essay questions to a few folks […]

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Coming Out Stories: On Frank Ocean

By Summer M. 2:17 pm July 9, 2012 I’ve spent the last week treading in the liquid of a queer-flavored ambivalence, trying to determine why the Anderson Cooper and Frank Ocean coming out announcements mean less to me than other people. I have seen enough episodes of Coming Out Stories and foolishly subjected myself and my partner […]

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Bodies Diced Up On Drum Machines: Knowledge From New Choreographers

By Keantre Malone 1:31 pm November 24, 2011 Our parents figured that their generation saw the end of “real” dancing. You know, they tell you that they danced artistically and romantically and that we have pioneered a tasteless substitute for sex. I’m embarrassed to say that I was starting to believe the hype, but this […]

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Hip Hop Needs More Goblins

By Keantre Malone 11:59 am September 22, 2011 Seven months ago you couldn’t tell me that Odd Future would achieve mainstream representation; I guessed that they were a group of outlaws that would manage their own channels. And here my predictions have been assassinated: while Earl is under a boarding school in Samoa, Tyler has […]

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