It's been a big week for R&B crooner Frank Ocean, and not just for musical reasons. If you hadn't heard, earlier this week, the rising young star came out this week in an open letter, admitting that his first love was a man (without however, using specific terms like gay or bisexual). His very public admission was particularly brave because he initially earned his name as a member of the hip-hop crew Odd Future, and at least one of member of that pack has used homophobic language before, and he's also worked with other rap artists in the recent past, and hip-hop as a whole has been known most of its existence for its overtly macho, heterosexual image. Whether Frank's admission could help or hurt sales of his upcoming album remain to be seen, but in the meantime, he's just released a new song, a lush, midtempo jam called "Sweet Life." The track follows another song from the album the 10-minute "Pyramids," which was leaked in June. "Sweet Life," which is partially a commentary about the sheltered lifestyle of Ladera Heights, best known in the LA area as "the black Beverly Hills," can be streamed via the link below.