Did Blueface Find The Beat In "Find The Beat"?
Westcoast rapper Blueface had platinum run with "Thotiana". But, did he do his thing on his new album "Find the Beat"?
Blueface has a unique Westcoast sound that he tends to stick to. It is usually offbeat, laid back, and fun. Songs like "Thotiana" and "Respect My Cryppin'" reminds listeners of a good time and are club hits. The sound on "Find the Beat" is all these things, but for some reason, it just does not sound as good. It may be that his lyrics and the beat just don't work well together, or it may be that the sound is played out, but whatever it is, it just isn't the same. There is one song on the album that saves it a few points, and that is "Carne Asada" because of the Mexican sound adding variance to Blueface's usual sound. Because of this, the sound receives a 5/10 on our Intersect 1-10 rating scale.
The rapping is definitely reflective of Blueface's personal brand and style. He definitely gets points for sticking to his style and not trying to switch it up. But, the only song on the album with truly catchy lyrics that will stick is "Carne Asada". On this album, Blueface featured multiple talented rappers Gunna, Lil Baby, Polo G, DaBaby, NLE Choppa, and Aambjaay. Unfortunately, he made them sound worst because of the sound of this album. Because of all this, the rapping receives a 6/10 on our Intersect 1-10 rating scale.
THE ART BEHIND THE ALBUM
The art behind the album is simply that Blueface stuck to his style, and made an album that is fun, bubbly, and carefree just like he is known for. Because of this, the art behind the album receives a 7/10 on our Intersect 1-10 rating scale.
MY FAVORITE TRACKS ON THE ALBUM
APPLE MUSIC'S TOP TRACKS ON THE ALBUM
Vibes, Weekend, Murder Rate, Obama, Holy Moly
"Find the Beat" receives a total score of a 6/10 on our Intersect rating scale. I would have to say that I expected a lot more out of Blueface after his previous projects, but only a couple of songs on this album really sound good and stand out. It is nice that he has kept the same style, however. Listen to the album below.