Frank Ocean had a great year and he is closing it off with a dapper feature in the December issue of L'Uomo Vogue.
Frank Ocean, a member of the Odd Future collective, suited up for a swanky photo shoot with the fashion magazine. The editorial was shot by Nabil Elderkin, the director of Frank's visually stimulating Swim Good music video.
Frank had a few words about working in the music industry and his career thus far, but his most interesting commentary was on the country's political leadership:
"My generation just doesn’t have the best taste in leadership. And weak leadership means little to no cohesion. If there’s no cohesion, there’s no real chance for effective protest or politics. Obviously, looking at Occupy Wall Street, there are a few in our bunch who still give a damn enough to rally and shout. This will change once I’m elected President.”
Frank Ocean for president? We know he can Swim Good, but can he run good? We wonder what his campaign slogan would be.
Check out the photos of Frank in L'Uomo Vogue in the gallery above.