Blueface has released his debut album, Find the Beat. The record, originally slated to release last year, experienced several delays, with Blueface instead releasing a variety of singles including the recently released “Holy Moly” featuring NLE Choppa, “Obama” alongside DaBaby, “First Class” with Gunna, and “Close Up” with Jeremih.
Adding four songs to the original tracklist, the 16-track album sees the West Coast rapper embarking on a mission to find the beat. Continuing to exemplify the off-kilter flows and unorthodox deliveries that made him go viral, both of which have been described as if Blueface is “running away from the beat,” the album hosts a bevy of rattling West Coast instrumentals that tap into G-funk, trap, and more. Over the various beats, Blueface continues to offload tongue-in-cheek one-liners, developing comedic street narratives about haters, hustling, women, Mexican food, and more.
Alongside the album, Blueface has delivered a video for “Obama” featuring DaBaby, which sees both rappers asking a Barack Obama impersonator in a makeshift Oval Office for legal favors as they dance alongside scantily-dress females.
You can stream Find the Beat below and watch the visual for “Obama” above.
For more new music, listen to Don Toliver’s debut album Heaven Or Hell.