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TL;DR Reviews: Quickly Summing up Everyone's Thoughts on Frank Ocean, Sully, Wilco and More

There are too many reviews to read each month. To help you figure out what media to waste your life consuming, we’ve helpfully distilled a few of them for you. Frank Ocean, Blonde “The aesthetic Ocean pursues on Blonde doesn’t allow for big, bold pronouncements on race or sexuality. Save for a moving shout-out over [the] lolloping beat [of ‘Nikes’] (‘RIP Trayvon, that nigga looked just like me’), Ocean sidesteps the racial politics that fuelled To Pimp a Butterfly and Lemonade (although you could argue that the record makes a statement simply by breaking free of genre and attempting to usurp canonical works by white artists).
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