Frank Ocean delivers some new songs On the latest episode of Blonded Radio



Frank Ocean’s most recent album, Blonde, was released more than five years ago. He’s released a few singles in that period, but he’s been rather silent since publishing “Dear April” and “Cayendo” in 2020. All of that changed the other day.

During the Christmas episode of his “Blonded” Apple Radio program, the singer gave his fans a very unique gift, revealing an unreleased nine-minute-long track.

Ocean revealed how the song came together in an Instagram post, explaining that it was recorded in one take last summer and was inspired by a chat he had with motivational speaker Wim “The Iceman” Hof following the loss of his younger brother Ryan Breaux in August 2020.


“Me and @iceman_hof had a conversation some time ago when I was in the earlier stages of grief and I remember marbling afterwards at how his energy blasted through the phone,” Ocean recalled. “So much vim in this Wim. We spoke for a while about his work, the purpose of grief and how going into the cold water changed his life.” He added, “It reminded me of conversations in the studio with players I know. Freewheeling, psychedelic, emotionally charged, intelligent and generous. I enjoyed listening to him, so in this edit I just let him speak interrupted.”