As we all should know, Frank Ocean shared his vocals with The Throne on their album ‘Watch The Throne.’ Frank was featured on two of the CD’s tracks (No Church In The Wild & We Made It In America), so it was only right that he was invited to work with the Queen B herself on her album ‘4.’ After working together for about a week, Beyonce’s song ‘I Miss You’ was born and Frank Ocean recalls the emotional experience with the New York Times stating,
“She came in and heard the song, and she shed a tear and recorded it and I wanted to shed a tear.”
Frank Ocean also went on to talk about his collabo with rapper Nas, ‘No Such Thing as White Jesus,’ that never made it outside of the studio due to technical issues. Album deadlines kept the song from being remade but Frankie did share some of the lyrics,
“Whatever you do, young king, don’t wind up dead/Young queen, cross your legs,/Put a crown on your head and remove the chains/’Cause even diamond chains are for slaves,/Don’t set foot in no penitentiary/And don’t taste the poison/Don’t you bail on your families.”
Frank Ocean and Nas on the same track!? I would love to hear that.