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The 8th installment of Frank Ocean‘s blonded Radio is available to stream now on Beats 1 Radio. During the show, Ocean played his new track “DHL,” listen below. It’s his first new material since releasing a melancholy cover of “Moon River” back in 2018.

During the episode, Vegyn and Roof Access, as well as Ocean himself,  played a selection of dance-friendly tracks from Prince, The Rolling Stones, City Girls, Sia, Gunna and more. Listen to the full playlist here.

The first episode of blonded Radio for 2019 also featured remixes of “Dear April” and “Cayendo” from Ocean’s inaugural PrEP+, an exclusive queer club night in New York’s Cityclub club night in New York City. Watch them below.

 

blonded 008:

Richard Strauss – Also sprach Zarathustra
Prince – 1999
Justice – Safe and Sound
Congo Natty – Emperor Selassie I [ft. Black Star & Bounty Hunter]
DJ Spinn – Fall Back
Miles Davis – What I Say (Live)
The Rolling Stones – Connection
Shirley Ellis – The Clapping Song
Lil Tecca – Ransom
City Girls – Rap Shit
Magic System – 1er Gaou
Aretha Franklin – Rock Steady
St. Etienne – Everything Flows
The Other People Place – Moonlight Rendevous
Vegyn – It’s Nice to Be Alive
MIKE – Sleepwalk
Sia – Little Man (Exemen Works)
Wookie – Battle [ft. Lain]
Todd Edwards – Love Will Make Things Better (12″ Extended Version)
Hardrive – Deep Inside
Rod Lee – Dance My Pain Away
Arthur Russell – Love Is Overtaking Me
Gunna – Speed It Up
M.I.C. (The Master of Inane Conversation) – Afropunk, Atlanta
Bush Tetras – Too Many Creeps
Jerry Paper – Grey Area [ft. Weyes Blood]
Matt Maltese – Rom-Com Gone Wrong
Sylvester – You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)
UGK – Intl Players Anthem (I Choose You) [ft. Outkast]
Frank Ocean – Cayendo (Sango Remix)
Frank Ocean – Nights (Sango Remix)
Frank Ocean – DHL

On this week’s episode of The Dropcast, we are joined by DMV’s IDK who recently dropped his debut album Is He Real? featuring a slew of big hip-hop names.

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Isabelle is an Australian writer based in Berlin.

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