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Frank Ocean Shares Unreleased Cuts, Premieres New A$AP Rocky Collabo on Episode 6 of blondedRADIO

Another week, another surprise broadcast from Frank Ocean and blondedRADIO on Beats 1. Which means it’s new music o’clock this lovely Monday morning. Par the course, blondedRADIO played host to a grip of unreleased material — an extended solo version of the previously released “Biking” sans Tyler The Creator and Jay Z  along with a new version of the Endless opener “At Your Best (You Are Love)” — and found the reclusive r&b boundary-pusher debuting another new track: A$AP Rocky‘s “RAF,” featuring Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert and the man of the hour(s).

“RAF” follows “Lens,” “Biking,” “Chanel,” and “Slide,” in the blondedRADIO premieres. Jump back to hear those and scroll on to peep the full tracklist for the show along with a stream of each new track.  The episode just concluded its second airing but should be available in full shortly. Head over to Frank’s Tumblr page for the full lyrics to his verse.

“At Your Best (You Are Love)”

“Biking” (Extended Solo Version)

A$AP Rocky – “RAF” feat. Frank Ocean, Quavo and Lil Uzi Vert

Tracklist:
Burial, “Come Down To Us”
House of Pharaohs, “RWM (Run With Me)
Ka5sh, “I’m Depressed”
A$AP Rocky, “Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2 (LPFJ2)”
Frank Ocean, “Biking”
J. Hus, “Did You See”
M.T. Hadley, “Janet”
Tupac, “Dear Mama”
OutKast, “Ms Jackson”
Eykah Badu, “Hello”
Rufus & Chaka Khan, “Your Smile”
Frank Ocean, “At Your Best (You Are Love)”
The Beatles, “Rocky Raccoon”
The Beatles, “Here, There and Everywhere”
Frank Ocean, “White Ferrari”
The Flaming Lips, “Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt 1”
Micachu, “Go” (With Tirzah)
MssingNo, “Fones”
Dam Funk, “Mirrors”
Andres, “You’re Still The One”
Kuedo, “Whisper Fate”
Caribou, “Hannibal”
LCD Soundsystem, “American Dream”
Crying, “Well and Spring”
Miley Cyrus, “Rooting For My Baby”
Metronomy, “This Could Be Beautiful (It Is)”
Frank Ocean, “Nikes”
Shawty Pimp, “Kickin’ Pimpin'”
Juvenile, “Ha”
A$AP Rocky f. Frank Ocean, Lil Uzi Vert, and Quavo, “RAF”
Ryuichi Sakamoto, “Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence”

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