announced that his follow up to Channel Orange
, is titled Boys Dont Cry
and will be released this Friday, exclusively on Apple Music. And even though Ocean is the reason why we have trust issues, we're still secretly screaming on the inside. But why is Ocean saying Boys Don't Cry
? They DO cry, and we have the songs to prove it. In honor of the *possible* new album, we've put together videos that specifically feature dudes being all emotional.
"Cry Me A River" by Justin Timberlake
This is one of the most epic male-singer-is-sad-and-crying music videos. Done in classic JT style, this video is definitely one to watch.
"Wolves" by Kanye West
This is actually Kanye West's latest music video, which we brought to you last week. In the video, Kanye and his wife, Kim Kardashian West, are both crying together. This video is bizarre mostly because you see tears falling from Kanyes face, which is a rare sight. Weakness? From Kanye?!?
"Untitled" by Simple Plan
This video is so sad. And the singer, Pierre Bouvier, is standing in the rain, sobbing, "I'm fading away / I'm sick of this life / I just wanna scream / How could this happen to me?"
ALL OF THE TEARS.
"Confessions, Pt. II" by Usher
This is one of the funniest music videos ever, in my opinion. Usher in the early days is hilarious and the video mixes romance, slick dance moves, topless Usher, and crying. And it's all because he cheated on his girlfriend. What a mess.
"Don't Judge Me" Chris Brown
Shit. Now we're
"Crying In The Chapel" by Elvis Presley
Although the legend grows happier towards the end of the song, he starts off sad and crying. And crying in a chapel
to be even more specific! How sad -- even the king had weak moments.
"Lonesome Tears" by Beck
In this cinematic track, Beck is feeling very emotional and is quite literally, crying "Lonesome Tears."
"Drown In My Own Tears" by Ray Charles
We think the title is pretty self-explanatory for this one.
Aaaaaand, just for fun...
ALL OF THE DRAKE TEARS!