"He came and performed and just had no fear. I loved him," said Pitts, president of urban music at RCA Records. "He was like Elvis. He was all over the place at the time, but it was just different. With a little tweaking, this could be special."
"I think they're all helping each other at this point," said Pitts, who's worked with Notorious B.I.G., Diddy, TLC and Nas. "What Frank Ocean is doing _ musically and what he stands for, him coming out, all of that _ is bringing attention to the sound. ... So is Miguel ... and now the Grammys."