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Ocean's representative has confirmed that the rapper will have an album, which he's hinted will be called 'Boys Don't Cry', and a new publication coming out in July.
The Odd Future affiliate shared his version of the song, originally recorded by The Isley Brothers and later covered by Aaliyah in 1994, on what would have been the late singer's 36th birthday.
The Based God shares a photo of him and the Odd Future affiliate in a studio and confirms they're working on new music together.
The Odd Future member releases the new slow jam on his Tumblr page to tide fans over his upcoming third studio installment.
Seeking $3M in damages, a New York musician named Joel McDonald claims the track from 2011's 'Watch the Throne' album is a rip-off of his 2009 song of the same name.
The rapper has reportedly parted ways with longtime managers and publicist who also worked with his rap group, Odd Future.
Taken by photographer Nabil, the photo shows the rapper sitting in the studio with his back facing the camera.
The rapper, who was sued for backing out of a deal to record a song for Chipotle's ad, has returned the money he received from the restaurant giant.
Despite the photo of the Cashier's Check on the rapper's Tumblr page, Chipotle says they haven't received the money.
The Odd Future member has already been paid $212,500 to record a song called 'Pure Imagination' for a marketing campaign named 'The Scarecrow'.
A company named TufAmerica, which has previously sued Jay-Z, Kanye West and Beastie Boys in the past, claims that Oceans' song samples Blige's 'Real Love'
In the suit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, Sha'keir M. Duarte claims Breezy's employee beat him as the 'Forever' singer egged him on during the January fight.
The 'How Many Drinks?' singer will replace Ocean, who cancels his appaearance at the festival due to a vocal cord injury.
The first day of the Drake-founded festival gets canceled after the 'Thinkin Bout You' singer axes his appearance due to a tear to one of his vocal cords.
The 'Sweet Life' singer is forced to axe the remaining dates of his Australian tour to recover from a tear to one of his vocal cords.