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The ad idea is kind of a meta move in that Budweiser had actually been the one to co opt “Whassup” for advertising purposes. Its original form was the short film “True,” created by director Charles Stone III, who also just happened to shoot the updcoming “Uncle Drew” film inspired by the classic Pepsi campaign. After DDB Chicago turned the film “True” into an ad, the spot went on to earn the Film Grand Prix at Cannes and saw various iterations, including versions featuring yuppies and aliens.
Endless is billed as a visual album, meaning there are 18 tracks you listen to as you watch a 45 minute video (directed, executive produced and creatively directed by Ocean himself) in which the singer engages in some sort of unexplained power tools construction project. If I were feeling especially generous I’d say the black and white video is wonderfully Warhol esque in its pursuit of anti narrative, but I can’t help think that it’s really painfully slow, visually inert and much less stimulating than Beyonc’s highly considered Lemonade. Far more compelling is Frank Ocean’s new music itself, featuring buzzy hip collaborators like Jazmine Sullivan, Sampha and Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead.
That a good question. My guess is his music just connected with a lot of people. As a fan, I think it really sad that someone so young has to die, especially someone who created music and (seemed like) he tried to turn his life around. Of course, each refusal is documented; this can cause a Rehab Center to refuse him based upon that one fact alone. If he does not willingly participate they will not “waste” their time on him. If that occurs, he will be sent to a nursing home, there to wither and die in bed.