When it rains, it pours.

Frank Ocean continues to flood the market with content after the drought that had lasted years. He dropped two music projects in one week with Endless and Blonde after making fans wait four years since Channel Orange.

The singer’s latest output is two separate lists of his favorite songs and movies, taken from the Boys Don’t Cry ‘zine sold at his pop-up shops this past weekend.

The inventory points to an extensive interest in the arts, with musical tastes ranging from jazz to rock to electronic and beyond, much of it experimental. Film-wise, Ocean is also a fan of the unorthodox, listing multiple entries from off-beat directors like David Lynch, Wes Anderson, Stanley Kubrick, and the Coen Brothers, along with many cult classics and foreign art-house films.

Check out both lists below, via Genius.

“Crosstown Traffic”, Jimi Hendrix
“How Insensitive”, Frank Sinatra
“Scarborough Fair”, Simon & Garfunkel
“Alina”, Arvo Part
“I Feel Love”, Donna Summer
“To The Last Whale”, Crosby & Nash
“Prints Tie”, Bobby Hutcherson
“Jardim Dos Deuses”, Joyce Moreno
“Fade Into You”, Mazzy Star
“No More Shall We Part”, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
“I Never Learnt To Share”, James Blake
“One Mo Gin”, D’Angelo
“The Last One To Be Loved”, Gabor Szabo
“Shadows”, Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes
“Images Live In 1964”, Nina Simone
“The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face”, Roberta Flack
“It’s Gonna Rain”, Steve Reich
“Stardust”, Willie Nelson
“Nós e o mar”, Tamba Trio
“$”, D.R.A.M.
“When I Die”, Goldlink
“The Man-Machine”, Kraftwerk
“Asiko”, Tony Allen
“Earth Bound Hearts”, John Mclaughlin feat. John Surman
“Simply Beautiful”, Al Green
“Mr. Bojangles”, Nina Simone
“Flamingo”, Todd Rundgren
“The Medley Of Praise”, Daryl Coley
“Claire De Lune”, Isao Tomita
“Calls”, Robert Glasper feat. Jill Scott
“Your Smile”, Chaka Khan and Rufus
“Bitch Please”, Death Grips
“Anthrax”, Gang Of Four
“I Am The Walrus”, The Beatles
“Jesus Children Of America”, Stevie Wonder
“Garden Of Linmiri”, Caustic Window
“Home (YouTube Rip)”, Kim Burrell
“Vibrate”, OutKast
“12 Aisatsana”, Aphex Twin
“Mis”, Alex G
“Right Down The Line”, Gerry Rafferty
“Anytime”, Ray J
“Jesus”, Curtis Mayfield
“Something About Us”, Daft Punk
“Your Daddy Loves You”, Gil Scott Heron
“Portrait Of Tracy”, Jaco Pastorius
“Rusholme Ruffians”, The Smiths
“When U Were Mine”, Prince
“Road To Nowhere”, Talking Heads
“Boys Don’t Cry”, The Cure

A Spotify user compiled a playlist with most of the tracks here.

Frank Ocean’s Essential Films

atl (atl is not the best movie lol but ok)
un chien andalou
blue velvet
barry lyndon
battleship potemkin
chungking express
raging bull
the conformist
bicycle thieves
taxi driver
a clockwork orange
mean streets
gods of the plague
mulholland dr.(ive)
happy together (wong kar wai)
fallen angels
apocalypse now
the last laugh
full metal jacket
no country for old men
wild at heart
the royal tenenbaums
miller’s crossing
the discreet charm of the bourgeoisie (luis bunuel)
blood simple
la confidential
reservoir dogs
eastern promise
2001 a space odyssey
battle royale
the passion of anna
bring me the head of alfredo garcia
oldboy (park chan-wook 2003)
django unchained
one flew over the cuckoo’s nest
the good, the bad and the ugly
the godfather
m (fritz lang)
scarface (howard hawks 1932)
scarface (de palma 1983)
blade runner
citizen kane
on the waterfront
annie hall
dr. strangelove
the french connection
the deer hunter
wild strawberries (bergman)
the sacrifice (andrei tarkovsky)
el topo
holy mountain
the shining
pulp fiction
american beauty
solaris (andrei tarkovsky)
true romance
elephant man
seven samurai
jackie brown
aguirre, the wrath of God
paris, texas
devil in a blue dress
inglorious bastards
ed wood
hard eight
the seventh seal
paths of glory
there will be blood
assassination of jesse james by the coward robert ford
fight club
throne of blood (akira kurosawa)
the master
dog day afternoon
rosemary’s baby
phantom of the paradise
inauguration of the pleasure dome
malcolm x
scorpio rising
the friends of eddie coyle
puce moment
nosferatu (f.w. murnau 1929)
the king of comedy