The build for “Find The Beat”, the debut album of Los Angeles native, and one Hip Hop’s brightest stars, started in the fall of 2019.
Blueface would make the announcement of his debut album “Find The Beat”, along with the its first single “Close Up” in October of 2019.
Since then Blueface has dropped three other singles; “First Class”, “Obama”, and recently “Holy Moly“.
Initially the album was set to release in mid January, but was later pushed back, with the new official date of March 13.
Aside from the album being pushed back which is nothing new for any Hip Hop artist, Blueface has faced criticism since he started his career. His off beat unorthodox style, had some doubting Blueface’s talent.
This criticism, has not affected the young upcoming star. Remaining poise and confident at the young age of twenty-three is quite impressive. Also considering the fact he keeps himself out of trouble for the most part.
The debut album will be released via Cash Money West, and is set to feature various artists including Lil Baby, Gunna, Stunna 4 Vegas, and DaBaby. NLE Choppa is also on the album, featured on “Holy Moly”, with visuals for the single that dropped Friday (March 6).
“Rollie, poly, can’t wear the Rollie without the poly
Twin Glocks named Zack and Cody
Party pooper just like Mr. Moseby
Do a mission in my Sprinter van
Hop out, niggas sprintin’
Hit him in the back, rip through his stomach
Shoot the club up, ain’t tell I was comin’
This ho hit and I ain’t even have to punch in
Up the .23 like Jumpman
Just in case a nigga try to jump in
Jump in, jump in, jump in,” Blueface kicks off Holy Moly.