Maybe this is the beginning of a big year for Ocean, as he's hinted that he has some new music to release in the coming months. Since his last full release in August 2016, the Billboard 200 No. Two drifters off to see the world There's such a crazy world to see We're all chasing after all the same Chasing after our rainbow's end. He also encouraged Ocean to score a movie. Late on Valentine's Day—when couples were done with dates and lonely singles were passed out drunk in front of Netflix—Frank Ocean shared a little gift. Audiences first heard the song when in Breakfast at Tiffany's. .
We can't do it justice, so we'll just say this: about 30 seconds into the performance we knew that none of the other artists would be able to create a moment like this one. Getty Images Previous Slide Next Slide. Sting and Shaggy represented a cycle that seemingly occurred over and over again throughout the Grammys: a couple of great performances would make the show feel like it was really moving, and then an incredibly boring performance would ruin the flow. I can't stop listening to it and drowning in its waves. Originally performed by actress Audrey Hepburn, the Grammy-winning tune got the signature Ocean treatment, as the singers' dreamy vocals envelop the foggy record over a minimal bass line and a hazy lo-fi synth. After a busy 2017 by his standards at least , Ocean wasted little time sharing his first recording of 2018.
The cover I never knew I really needed. Or maybe he just has movies on his mind lately and wanted to recreate one of Hepburn's most memorable moments. Award shows have certainly been on Ocean's mind recently. Folks were obviously excited about the drop, with singers and 's Haley Williams among those tweeting out their excitement. He interviewed Call Me By Your Name's Timothee Chalamet , during which he pointed out how good the film's soundtrack is. Sting and Shaggy were perfect representatives of the wrong part of that cycle. Kendrick Lamar's Grammy ceremony opener was one for the ages that even a brief, pompous appearance by Bono and the Edge couldn't mar.
That's just what happened for Valentine's Day Feb. One, two Moon river, wider than a mile I'm crossing you in style Someday someday, day A dream maker maker, maker My heartbreaker you heartbreaker Wherever you're going I'm going that way the same, the same. Frank Ocean covering Moon River??????? Even more rare is when the mysterious crooner drops a new song. You can never be sure with Ocean, you just have to be happy with what you get. A sighting has become sort of like a solar eclipse: it just doesn't happen that often but when it does people freak out.
It was as impeccable as every U2 performance is, and the context Cabello provided added some meaningful heft to the whole thing. . . . .
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