Listen to Every Song Frank Ocean Played During BlondedRadio&#zero39;s &#zero39;Midterms Pt. 1&#zero39; Episode

Frank Ocean's blondedRADIO returned for its eighth episode Tuesday morning (Nov. 6). The Beats 1 Radio present began at 9 a.m. ET and ran for an hour over on Apple Music. In honor of Election Day, the special-edition episode was billed as "blonded Midterms Pt. 1," which noticed Vegyn and Roof Access holding down internet hosting duties.

Unfortunately, Ocean didn't share any new music however meticulously curated a playlist for followers' listening pleasure, with songs from Jadakiss, Gil Scott-Heron, Valee, Rico Nasty, Playboi Carti, Cam'ron, The Honeydrippers, Beyoncé and JAY-Z, plus Frank himself.

The Blonde artist touched on politics throughout the hour-long episode, denouncing a number of voter-suppression ways, together with gerrymandering. Ocean even admitted that he'd be simply effective with having his taxes raised for the nice of the folks. "I already get taxed fairly a bit, and I wouldn’t sweat it if I received taxed extra," he mentioned.

To assist entice followers to hit the polls, the 31-year-old has launched pop-up retailers in a number of battleground states giving out free merchandise to any individual who can show that they participated in Tuesday's (Nov. 6) election. Just be sure to not take your selfie within the voting sales space, because it's unlawful in a number of states.

Shops are presently open in Houston, Miami, Dallas and Atlanta. These particular areas have been chosen with sure candidates in thoughts, because the flyer endorses Florida candidate Andrew Gillum, Georgia's Stacy Abrams and Beto O'Rourke, who's operating for U.S. Senate in Texas.

Listen to the blondedRADIO playlist and take a look at among the merchandise Frank Ocean is making a gift of. 

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