Frank Ocean Covered “Moon River” for Valentine’s Day.
Though rabid fans thought Frank Ocean’s surprise V-Day release was an original single, it’s actually a cover from a song featured in 1961’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s. That said, this doesn’t appear to point toward a new project as Twitter had assumed, but it’s still a pleasant listen. Also, there’s no reason why we shouldn’t keep the hope alive. Frank did hint at something big for 2018.
You Can Cop a Prince Co-Songwriting Credit on Ebay. Get It While It’s Hot.
That is, if you’re able to shell out $490K. The credit is being sold by Prince collaborator Chris Moon, who realizes the Ebay listing is “very unusual,” but promises this is the real deal.
Don’t expect to become filthy rich from it, though. As Rolling Stone notes, the credit is for “Soft and Wet,” which only peaked at Number 92 on the Hot 100 in 1978. “Anyone who buys this probably shouldn’t be doing it for financial purposes,” Moon told the Star Tribune. “It’s more about owning one of the most unique collectibles ever related to Prince.”
If you’re down, you can find the listing here.
Disturbing Details About the Florida Shooting Suspect Have Been Released.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel says that Nikolas Cruz—the 19-year-old former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student who shot and killed at least 17 people during a campus rampage on Wednesday—shared “very, very disturbing content” on his internet profiles.
On YouTube, he appears to have posted comments on videos like “I wanna die Fighting killing s**t ton of people” and “I am going to kill law enforcement one day they go after the good people.” On Instagram, he reportedly shared photos of firearms. He is also said to have been abusive to his ex-girlfriend, according to a student.
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