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Sunday, August 7, 2022

Frank Ocean’s Luxury Goods Company Homer Is Selling A $25,000 Cock Ring

 

   Frank Ocean has released a luxury cock ring as part of the latest capsule from his luxury goods company, Homer.

The new collection from Homer – which Ocean debuted last August – is highlighted by the XXXL H-Bone Ring, an 18-karat yellow gold cock ring retailing at $25,000 (£20,700).

There are other styles of cock rings being made available through the Homer website, all falling within a range of $1,365 to $5,695 (£1,130 to £4,710). Also among the new range of goods are premium pendants, earrings, and key rings.

The artist modelled the XXXL H-Bone Ring himself in a censored Instagram post shared to the Homer account on Sunday (August 7), which you can see below.

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Last August, Ocean gave his first interview in two years, discussing Homer when it was in its infancy.

Speaking to the Financial Times, Ocean spoke of the high-end jewellery line – “I didn’t want our work to be any less expensive than Cartier,” he said – among a slew of other topics, though he never mentioned his music.

Since then, the artist – real name Christopher “Lonny” Breaux – has shared previously unreleased music to mark the 10th anniversary of his debut album, ‘Channel Orange’.

Last month, the music appeared across two episodes of Breaux’s Apple Music 1 show Blonded Radio – ‘Blonded Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds’ and ‘Blonded ENERGY!’

In December 2021, the musician-come-designer shared an almost-nine-minute song on the programme as part of the show’s Christmas special.

‘Channel Orange’, released in 2012, was followed by ‘Blonde’ in 2016. He has since released a string of singles, including vinyl-exclusives ‘DHL’ and ‘In My Room’, as well as ‘Cayendo’ and ‘Dear April’ on streaming services.

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