Frank Ocean’s ‘Channel Orange’ Re-Enters Album Charts | Music News
Last week, fans were anxiously expecting the arrival of Frank Ocean’s sophomore studio album, Boys Don’t Cry. It was set for release Friday, August 5. Still, though, there is no sign of the album. The hype around the project, however, has seen an unexpected turn for all things Frank Ocean.
The singer’s debut album, Channel Orange, has returned to the charts at No. 146, Billboard reports, having, originally, last appeared on the Billboard 200 chart on May 18, 2013. The 2012 offering clawed back into the charts after selling 5,000 units (up 40%) and seeing a 35% increase in “on-demand audio and video streams” (7 million in total).
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