Frank Ocean Appears in Clip From Tyler, The Creator’s ‘Cherry Bomb’ Documentary Premiere
Tyler, The Creator and Frank Ocean are taking their talents to the documentary space. The two are featured in a clip from the new film, which centers on Tyler's Cherry Bomb album.
Though the documentary premiered back in January in Los Angeles and leaked online soon after, it's yet to be available to watch online.
At the premiere, Frank Ocean popped up to hang with Tyler as the Golf Wang creator signs some posters for his fans. Frank takes a few shots at Tyler as he makes fun of his handwriting and suggests that Tyler put subtitles on his autographs. Frank then runs into Mikey Alfred, the film director behind the documentary. The Channel Orange musician congratulates him on the project and gave him a quick thumbs up.
Frank Ocean has always flown under the radar, but when he decides to make his presence known on the music tip, he instantly becomes the center of attention. He recently just dropped “Chanel” via his Beats 1 radio show and then soon after, he released the remix which featured A$AP Rocky. A few days after the release of the song, Chanel used Frank's lyrics for their new ad.
Singer/songwriter John Mayer also shed some light earlier this year on Frank Ocean’s new music when he did a live stream via Instagram. Mayer stated that the “Pink Matter” singer’s new tunes are “space reggae” and “future reggae” related.
You can check out the full five minute clip from the documentary premiere below.
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