The vast majority of people are doing what they've been told during these uncertain times - namely staying at home and social distancing to help fight the spread of coronavirus. But there are a foolish few who are letting the side down, and it appears the rapper Blueface is one of that few. The year-old shared a lengthy and chaotic Instagram story in which scantily clad women could be seen brawling and pulling each other's hair as numerous men tried to separate them. The video began with half a dozen women in bikini tops and g-strings twerking on all fours with Blueface - real name Johnathan Michael Porter - stood in the middle.
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The song was produced by Scum Beatz and Mike Crook, both of whom also wrote the song with the rappers. Blueface later interpolated "Daddy" on his song "Carne Asada". Joshua Espinoza of Complex has described the track to be "reminiscent" of "Thotiana", as it features "an extremely catchy, club-ready beat and braggadocios lines about sex and designer goods. The music video was released on June 20, Directed by Malcolm Jones and produced by Monica A. Young and Jai Santiago, it features Blueface and Rich the Kid throwing a pool party with twerking bikini-clad models. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved
Find the Beat is the debut studio album by American rapper Blueface. It was originally scheduled to be released on December 6, , but was delayed due to trademark issues. Blueface shared the album's title and track listing on October 11, The same day, he released the album's lead single, "Close Up" featuring Jeremih. The album's second single, "First Class" featuring Gunna , was released on October 18, On November 7, , he announced on his Instagram account that the album would be released on December 6. On January 4, , he announced a second release date of January 17, but the album was delayed further for unknown reasons. On February 7, , the album's third single, "Obama" featuring DaBaby was released. On March 1, , Blueface went on Instagram , posting a blurry picture of himself saying the album would be released on March 13, and claimed that "joke's over".
Blueface boasts one of the most distinctive flows in s rap: Dripping slurred syllables over crisp trap beats, he drifts woozily over the groove, as though unwilling to be restrained by anything as basic as timekeeping. Such defiance is perfectly in character for the L. Back in L. Sign In. Top Songs See All.