Converse Incannounces the release of the brand new track, “Hero” featuring Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, Frank Ocean and Diplo.  

As part of Converse’s ongoing Three Artists. One Song music series, “Hero” marks the brand’s ninth single that celebrates musical creativity, bringing together a dynamic group of artists from varying genres. The unique collaboration teams up legendary musicians Mick Jones (The Clash, Big Audio Dynamite) and Paul Simonon (The Clash, The Good, The Bad & The Queen), recording artist Frank Ocean and internationally acclaimed producer Diplo. The creation of the track is also documented in a behind-the-scenes video, which offers a sneak peek into the recording process.

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Pyramids by Frank Ocean Feat. John Mayer (NSWF)

Music video by Frank Ocean performing Pyramids. (C) 2012 The Island Def Jam Music Group. No copyright infringement intended.

Frank Ocean is a musical genius and “Pyramids” is one my favorite songs off Ocean’s first album “Channel Orange Album” .The song is actually 10 minutes long in the album but the video only uses the later parts of it. The video was directed by Nabil, also directed  Ocean’s videos,   “Novocane” and “Swim Good“.

In the beginning of the video Frank has 4 shots of absinthe! I’m sure the sell of absinthe is about to make resurgence!

Brilliant Video!

No church in the wild No Church In The Wild Jay-Z & Kanye West ft. Frank Ocean & The-Dream Directed by Romain Gavras

Do you not think so far ahead, because I’ve been thinking about forever!!!


“We all need someone to look at us. We can be divided into four categories according to the kind of look we wish to live under. The first category longs for the look of an infinite number of anonymous eyes, in other words, for the look of the public. The second category is made up of people who have a vital need to be looked at by many known eyes. They are the tireless hosts of cocktail parties and dinners. They are happier than the people in the first category, who, when they lose their public, have the feeling that the lights have gone out in the room of their lives. This happens to nearly all of them sooner or later. People in the second category, on the other hand, can always come up with the eyes they need. Then there is the third category, the category of people who need to be constantly before the eyes of the person they love. Their situation is as dangerous as the situation of people in the first category. One day the eyes of their beloved will close, and the room will go dark. And finally there is the fourth category, the rarest, the category of people who live in the imaginary eyes of those who are not present. They are the dreamers.”