People give him a hard time because he breaks boundaries, which is the point of his work, he intends to draw discomfort I guess so I'm okay with the kind of attention he gets from some people. I think he's refreshing.
Yeah, I feel like Frank is simply a part of the label rather than the group. As long as he continues to sing a few hooks on every OF release, I'm not too bothered.
I don't think Tyler should have too many critics, he produces his own stuff, his songwriting is fairly original and at least he isn't 2 Chainz or something just making terrible lyrics about strippers and getting monay.
Yeah it's a great album. Lived up to the anticipation of it being as abstract as the whole OF project's works, yet solo his work is still distinct enough from the group's. Like I can't listen to Domo alone. Although he actually killed it in the OF Tape, like I honestly think he made the album, so maybe he's grown and his future solo stuff is something to look forward to.
I think Bad Religion is pretty good. There's too many good tracks to pick out though, I love Thinkin Bout You, Pyramids, Lost, Pink Matter, Super Rich Kids and I'll probably end up loving most of the remaining songs too.
Haha I'm like obsessively looking for which OF members are going to be featured on which tracks. Have you heard Frank Oceans latest album? It just recently came out, I love it...I have trouble listening to the album in full though, I'm so used to him being the tranquil relief in albums that are full of aggression and power