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Preya Gill and her roommate, Deborah Chang, proposed the idea after they bonded over his music and saw the potential for important discussions to be shared.
— preya (@PreyaaGill) June 15, 2018
They told The Fader the course will cover gender politics, his background, and musical influences.
Ocean’s mother, Katonya, and his brother Brian have already expressed their support for the class coming this Fall.
— katonya breaux (@katonya) June 16, 2018
Frank Ocean now joins Beyonce, Kanye West, and Kendrick Lamar in the elite group who each have had a college course dedicated to their work.