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Frank Ocean, Drake, & Pusha T Make Album Announcement At The Grammys

(AllHipHop News) Three of the biggest stars in Hip-Hop and R&B last year used the spotlight placed on “Music’s Biggest Night” to reveal news about their 2013 projects.

Frank Ocean, Drake, and Pusha T were all present at the Grammy Awards last night, and during their respective turns on the red carpet each artist shared what’s happening with their highly anticipated upcoming albums.

Even though he lost the Album of The Year award to Mumford & Sons’ Babel, Odd Future crooner Frank Ocean is already hard at work to compete for the title again at a future show.

Ocean spoke with Billboard, telling them that he’s already “knee-deep” into the follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut LP channel ORANGE.

The R&B singer also announced that he will be going on a full length tour this year- his first official tour since last summer, when he pulled out of a scheduled European run as the opening act for Coldplay.

Drake also came out with big news for his fans before the Grammy telecast. In an interview with E!’s Ryan Seacrest the Young Money rapper announced the title for his next album will be Nothing Was The Same.

Drake’s third official LP will feature his latest song “Started From The Bottom”. The video for the lead single was released last night as well.

While celebrating his first Grammy nominations for G.O.O.D. Music’s “Mercy”, Pusha T told FUSE that his debut solo album, My Name Is My Name, will be dropping this spring.

The Rick Ross-assisted “Millions” will be one of the tracks to appear on the album when it is released in May.

Pusha T didn’t win any Grammys last night, but both Frank Ocean and Drake took home trophies.

Drake won the award for Best Rap Album (Take Care), and Ocean captured awards in the categories for Best Urban Contemporary Album (channel ORANGE) and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration (“No Church In The Wild”).

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