The Angel Orensanz Center was the place to be in New York City last night.
NEW MUSIC: Frank Ocean “Blue Whale”
Vitamin Water and Fader’s #Uncapped Series brought together two of the hottest new artists in music, R&B crooner Frank Ocean and “Best New Artist” Grammy winner Bon Iver.
The concert was initially a top secret one, leaving only the industry’s elite with the knowledge of such an epic performance.
Originally a Jewish synagogue, the Angel Orensanz Center was perfectly lit with hues of purple and blue (classic Frank Ocean energy colors) as the vaulted cathedral ceilings served as the perfect ambiance for Frank’s often melodramatic performances.
NEW VIDEO: Kanye West & Bon Iver “Lost In The World”
Frank Ocean stepped out on stage first, and decided the energy in the venue was too great for a set list, so in classic Odd Future fashion he said, “f*ck the set list”- literally.
Frank Ocean performed a mixture of hits like “Swim Good,” “Novacane,” “Pyramids,” “Sierra Leone,” and included his unreleased viral track “Summer Remains.”
Bon Iver was last, but certainly not least, as he performed hits like “Halocene,” “Towers,” and of course, his collaborative smash with Kanye West, “Lost In The World.”
Basically, this #Uncapped Concert series wasn’t one to miss, and if you missed, well, you definitely lost one.
Check out Frank Ocean and Bon Iver’s performances below!
Frank Ocean performs “Summer Remains” and “Pyramids”
Bon Iver performs “Woods”
VIDEO SOURCE: MissInfo
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