Frank Ocean is giving us his own take on “Versace,” minus the audio. The channel ORANGE crooner has posted lyrics via his blog to a remix of Migos’ song, in which he makes several revelations.
Frank, who won the Grammy for Best Urban Contemporary Album over Chris Brown and Miguel, takes a shot at the competition, rapping, “You could stay seated, I’m taking that Grammy/ Your music is sloppy/ Ni**as is heated, they keep on repeating the evening/ In slow mo.”
He recounts having a conversation with Madonna, Beyoncé, Donatella Versace, and Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci at the Met Ball about social media. “We was all at the table/ It was a debate/ Then we came in agreement/ That Twitter ain’t relevant really/ I’m finna delete it.”
Earlier this month, Frank deleted his Twitter and Instagram accounts.
He says that he’s not trying to rush to release a single and sympathizes with artists who can’t handle the fame and “go loopy.”
And there’s plenty more to read into, including this line: “You had you a lady then she hurt your ego/ Now you can’t forgive her.”
Read the full lyrics below.
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