Frank Ocean’s Guest Appearance on Tyler, the Creator’s 2011 Song “She” Was Originally Meant for Snoop Dogg
As North America begins to complete its Call Me If You Get Lost Tour, creator Tyler performed at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Thursday.
During the live performance, Tyler shared a story about his “She” collaboration with Frank Ocean in 2011 and told everyone. He explained that he actually wrote the goblin cut with another guest in mind.
“I actually did this beat for Snoop Dogg, but there was no way to get to him, so me and my big buddy made this song and it goes on like that,” Tyler said before starting a performance of the classic track.
Frank Ocean Seems to Make Snoop Dogg Happy
As reported by HipHopDX, Snoop Dogg previously shared his opinion of “She” with the show of the song during an interview with SMUG TV in 2011.
“I like that,” Snoop said in the clip. “I need this. It’s very difficult.”
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Snoop went on to share his hilarious look at Tyler, who had already established himself as the lead singer of Odd Future at the time.
“Is this the one who eats cockroaches?” Snoop asked. “yes, he’s crazy. That muthafucka nut. He gave me some music. From the Wild Wild West? I’m definitely making fun of him.”
Drake Rocks $1.9 Million Necklace From Frank Ocean’s Homer Luxury Company
Looks like Drake ‘s jewelry collection may have gotten more expensive. On Friday night, Certified Lover Boy posted a series of Instagram photos of himself rocking an icy necklace from Frank Ocean‘s high-end clothing and accessories brand Homer.
The piece, called the “Sphere Legs High Jewel Necklace,” is the most expensive offering from the masthead, which cost $1.9 million.
According to Homer’s website, the necklace features pavé links and .33-inch white diamonds on each sphere, as well as four branches in the dizzying floating necklace. The currently sold-out product weighs a total of 127.5 carats.
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