If these tracks are representative of Frank Ocean’s direction following his critically-acclaimed album “Blonde,” they suggest that Ocean is experimenting with abstract concept songs that lack clear narratives.
"What if we put a nervous musician and a nervous listener together in a room? What happens then?"
This year’s freshman class is refreshingly talented, featuring three female rappers who have been shaking things up and providing much-needed diversity to a genre often dominated by men.
The single is yet another testament to Noname’s unique ability to combine clever lyrics, complex subjects, and jazz-inspired instrumentals to transport the listener into a poetic and immersive soundscape.
“People can share and go through whatever spectrum of emotions they are processing and have it be contained in that room,” co-director Rachel M. Kahn ’20 said.
Over the course of 'the body as a lasting thing,' the show's poetry and choreography combined to explore themes of what the event description called “physicality, anatomy, and dance.”
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