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Frank Ocean: 'Saturday Night Live' Performance with John Mayer!

Frank Ocean: 'Saturday Night Live' Performance with John Mayer!

Frank Ocean takes the stage to belt out some of his hits on Saturday Night Live this past Saturday (September 15).

Joining the 24-year-old entertainer, who served as the musical guest for the season opener, on stage was John Mayer, who accompanied on the guitar!

Frank started off with his hit “Thinkin Bout You” and later brought John out to play fan favorite “Pyramids.”

Check out the performance of “Pyramids” below!

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11 Responses to “Frank Ocean: 'Saturday Night Live' Performance with John Mayer!”

  1. 1
    SampsonHerbert Says:

    I just got paid $6784 working off my laptop this month. And if you think that’s cool, my divorced friend has twin toddlers and made over $9k her first month. It feels so good making so much money when other people have to work for so much less. This is what I do, http://Fox46.com

  2. 2
    candy Says:

    I’m a doctor,35 ,rich but still single.It’s hard to get a girlfriend in my town ,most of them like my money more but not me.I just want to find my true love.so i uploaded my hot photos on Wealthybar.c om under the name of jerryf2.u dont have to be a millionaire,but u can meet one there. ..if you girls see this comment,i hope you will check my photos out there.maybe you are the one whom i’m looking for!!!

  3. 3
    Lea Says:

    Oh wow!!!! I heard about this guy in the news a while back but never bothered to check out his music…well, my lost!! I Ioved it. I was so touched by the first song.

  4. 4
    Ivory Says:

    so overrated

  5. 5
    samsam Says:

    @Ivory: i think u should listen to his album before u compare him to the overrated justin bieber, taylor swift and others. his music is not about sleeping with women or getting drunk, but about finding himself and accepting his sexuality. He laughs at spoilt rich kids using wasting money and partying everyday, but are sometimes at the verge of suicide. he talks about how he is confused as to whether to be bisexual and shoned by his religion or obey his religion and not be happy. he says everyone believes in something. his music has helped me so much…thank you frank…

  6. 6
    Yak Says:

    I can’t stand “music” like this. Guy has a good voice but it’s wasted here. Reminds me of that R. Kelly crap “trapped in the closet”. Laughable tripe IMO but to each their own. There’s a sucker born every minute and many will love his style. Not me.

  7. 7
    Kay Says:

    @ Yak How can you even compare those two artists? They each have their own individual sound. And if you dont like him, why even click on the song?

  8. 8
    seeaaaa Says:

    he’s the man. period. all you haters will love him in a month or 2…this guy’s gonna be legend, like MJ.

  9. 9
    Love The Shoes Says:

    @Ivory: There are a couple of tunes I like but I’m with you. I really believe he’s being “genuised” now because of his coming out as a black hip hop who is also gay. Suddenly he’s the **** and amazing. He didn’t just start in the business and no one seems to put 2 and 2 together. He comes out and now he’s a star. I repeat, he’s got a tune or two but lets not build an altar.

  10. 10
    Love The Shoes Says:

    @Yak: R.Kelly actually has a decent new lp but I totally agree about the Closet crap. it was SO corny and over the top and just silly.

  11. 11
    Love The Shoes Says:

    @seeaaaa: Why is it about being a hater simply because some aren’t seeing it the same as you? I’m not taking away any of his talent. He’s a talented man. I’m simply disputing that he’s all that. Stevie Wonder is all that. Marvin Gaye was all that. Frank Ocean is neither.

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