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about Chanel by Frank Ocean

Bill Wolff: Hello, and welcome back to Protest Anthems about all things music, protest, and social justice. In this episode, we will listen to Julia discuss Frank Ocean’s Chanel and the context in which it was made; culturally, socially, and… Continue Reading →

Chanel Remixes

Remixes have been popular my whole life.  With SoundCloud being a popular destination for many DJ’s and remix artists in the early 2010s, as well as accounts across a variety of social media platforms like Patreon, Tumblr and Myspace using… Continue Reading →

Chanel: Lineage

Frank Ocean’s visual album Endless was released August 19, 2016, seven months before Chanel and four years after his last album.  In every interview during and after this time when asked if he is making anything he always says Yes,… Continue Reading →

Chanel: Context & Critique

The years leading up to Chanel‘s release was eventful in drastically positive and negative ways.  Of course, in 2015, same-sex marriage became legalized in the United States and nearing the end of 2015 there was already the expectation that 2016… Continue Reading →

“Chanel” by Frank Ocean and “Girls” by girl in red

The two songs I would like to investigate are Chanel by Frank Ocean and Girls by girl in red. Frank Ocean was the first queer rapper I had ever heard of.  In July of 2012, the month Frank Ocean came… Continue Reading →

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