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Marking the Outkast duo's reunion since their 2007 hiatus, the remix of Frank Ocean's track has a new verse by Big Boi.
The Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All member has the 'worst trip ever' when he's pulled over by cops who later found a small of marijuana on his person.
The OutKast reunion happens when Big Boi adds extra verses to 'Pink Matter' and 'Sorry' that both feature Andre Benjamin.
The singer-songwriter made his track 'Wise Man' for the Western movie, but it was not included in the final soundtrack.
Ocean gives a heart-melting rendition of Radiohead's classic hit, which makes his female fans scream and squirm in delight during recent Spotify event in New York City.
Teasing his collaboration with Jigga and the Odd Future member, the N.E.R.D lead vocalist tweets a picture of them in a studio.
Funny guy Seth MacFarlane did an impressive job of impersonating Ryan Lochte, George Takei and Marlon Brando among others.
Ocean meets his 'Cleopatras' in a strip club and travels through a desert on bike to find the pyramid.
'SNL this weekend. Me and the bro John Mayer,' so the 'Thinkin Bout You' hitmaker tweets when revealing who's going to join him on stage for a performance on the new season premiere of the NBC show.
Wonder has corrected his earlier statement that 'some people who think they're gay, they're confused'.
The new season will be kicked off by 'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane and bring back Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the following week.
The 'Lincoln' helmer insists that he's never in talks to adapt Mark Owen's book 'No Easy Day', which revolves around the infamous Abbottabad raid that killed the Al Qaeda leader.
It's confirmed that the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All member is added to the list of VMAs performers for its upcoming 29th edition.
Also dropping out of scheduled performances at various European festivals, Ocean offers an apology to his fans by stating, 'Sorry as f***, I'll be back if you'll have me.'
The Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All member tops albums chart with his solo debut 'Channel Orange' after starting his career as a ghostwriter for Justin Bieber, John Legend and many others.