Kanye West has taken to Twitter to plead with radio stations to play tracks from Frank Ocean’s long-awaited second album Blonde. Ocean released Blonde without warning last Saturday and the album has received praise from fans and critics for its complexities and innovative songwriting.

Kanye WestKanye West wants to hear more Frank Ocean on radio stations' playlists

“If anyone at radio really loves music ... Come together and pick your favorite Frank Ocean song and play it at least 10 times a day,” West tweeted. “Every station across the globe. I Heart. Clear Channel local stations. Satellite. Every station.”

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“This will make the world better. Me and Drake both listen to Frank. Radio has to support amazing artists. Ask yourself Why did you love music in the first place and what can you do to add to the story.

“Power to the people. Power to the artist. Empower the artist and create a more inspired world.” West has previously called out radio stations for not giving enough his music enough airplay in the past

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West and Ocean have collaborated together many times in the past, with Ocean getting his own listing, ‘Frank’s Track’, on the updated version of West’s Life of Pablo album. West is also credited as on of the producers on Blonde and contributed a poem about McDonalds to the accompanying magazine, Boys Don't Cry.