Jonze (Being John Malkovich, The Wolf Of Wall Street) recorded the set, with his footage being projected live back across the stage as Ocean performed. Interestingly, The Guardian have heard rumours about a possible documentary.
Check out a clip of Frank Ocean's performance below:
If Thursday at Wimbledon was one of the best of my life, Friday is now also one of the best of my life, and I'm a bit worried I'm living in a virtual reality simulation! Here's Frank Ocean rather nearby singing so beautifully as one of my film heroes, Spike Jonze, films him and projects a live music video of it back to the stage. We had no chance of getting close to the main stage so had stayed by a platform in the middle because they were setting up some interesting rare cameras for the gig. It turned out to be the platform Frank performed on for the whole set. His voice was incredible, the night was warm and clear and the audience were sweet and sharing with one another. It was pure magic
Ocean's continued releasing music since last year's double-whammy of Blonde and Endless - he's teamed up with Calvin Harris and Migos on "Slide", plus aired "Chanel", Young Thug-featuring single "Slide On Me", and Tyler, The Creator and Jay Z collab "Biking".