For the second weekend of Coachella, Frank Ocean will not be performing as a headliner. A representative for Ocean said the singer had to cancel his second show due to a leg issue. During the first weekend, Ocean gave a performance he called “chaotic” in a statement.
Frank Ocean has postponed Sunday’s set at Coachella, which was supposed to be his second performance there. On Sunday, Ocean performed as the festival’s headliner for the first time since 2017. Many fans were let down by the unorthodox show, especially after it had to be cut short at midnight owing to Coachella’s curfew.
Ocean took the stage nearly an hour after his scheduled time. A spokeswoman for the “Blonde” singer said that Ocean was forced to pull out of the second weekend’s performances due to an injury. The official revealed to Insider that Ocean’s Coachella set was reduced or scrapped due to a doctor’s recommendation after Ocean sustained two fractures and a sprain in his left leg.
The rep also said he was “unable to perform the intended show” last Sunday, “but was still intent on performing, and in 72 hours, the show was reworked out of necessity. ” “It was chaotic. There is some beauty in chaos. It isn’t what I intended to show but I enjoy being out there and I’ll see you soon,” Ocean said in the statement provided.
BREAKING: Frank Ocean has dropped out of Coachella Weekend 2 as Sunday night headliner. He'll be replaced by Blink-182: https://t.co/NIf1bpDJCP#COACHELLA pic.twitter.com/o0xpDmwRJB
— CONSEQUENCE (@consequence) April 19, 2023
He used the phrase “fucking chaotic” to describe the performance while he was in it. Billboard says that despite internet reaction, Ocean’s music has seen an uptick in streams ever since Coachella. In 2022, Ocean released the individual tracks “Dear April” and “Cayendo.” Since “Blonde” in 2016, he has not released a new album.
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