Frank Ocean To Record Chris Brown Inspired Songs For His Next Album?

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Frank Ocean has admitted to having already recorded up to 11 songs for his sophomore album, which could see a release as early as late 2013. The singer/songwriter, whose album was received amazingly well with music critics after his “emotional” coming out letter in which he explained his sexuality, is planning to record a couple of more songs, and sources say that he’s definitely planning on penning a track about his fight with Chris Brown

Y’all may recall the incident last month, when Frank made claims to the cops that he was brutally beat up by the R&B singer who supposedly threw punches from left to right after Frank refused to shake his hand. Now, Frank happens to be a really good songwriter, so if this is true, we could definitely see this song about Chris end up going number one — besides, it will probably set the record straight on what really happened that night between the two.

Neither Ocean or Chris have actually spoken out about last month’s incident, but this song could really put Mr. Woman Beater to shame. As of right now, these are just assumptions, but it would definitely be the best way to have another high publicized record sell millions of copies. “I’m like 10,11 songs into this next thing,” Ocean told Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show. “It’s another cohesive thing bordering on a concept album again.”

“At the end of Channel Orange there’s ‘Golden Girl’ and I kind of want to extend that feeling into the next record. I’m going to Bora Bora when I get back and setting up a studio there and see what happens. I was in the studio with Pharrell just yesterday [February 18], Tyler [,The Creator] came by and we were just playing records. As far as collaborations in the future for me, I don’t know,” he explained.

Wonder how Chris will feel about a possible song about him beating the ish out of Frank! He’d be far from pleased.

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