Singer Frank Ocean won two Grammys at the 55th annual Grammy Awards.

The 25-year-old Ocean, a member of the Odd Future collective, was nominated in six categories.

Ocean won Best Urban Contemporary Album (Channel Orange) and shared in the rap/sung collaboration award for Jay-Z and Kanye West's No Church in the Wild.

But he lost out to Mumford & Sons for album of the year, to Fun. for best new artist and to Gotye for song of the year.

ā€œSo I hear it's a bit more, the way you disarm audiences is by imagining 'em naked but I don't want to do that. I want to look at you as kids in tuxedos and being fancy and stuff like that,ā€ Ocean said in accepting his award for Channel Orange.

Near the end of the show, Ocean performed the single Forrest Gump.

Before the release of Channel Orange, Ocean penned a blog post in which he acknowledged that falling in love with a man was a major theme of the album, making him the first mainstream hip-hop artist to come out bisexual.