So far this year, Blueface has blessed his fans with the singles “BGC,” a DDG-assisted ode of sorts to his OnlyFans series “Blue Girls Club,” and “Outside (Better Days),” a collaboration alongside OG Bobby Billions that previously featured late rapper MO3 and caught plenty of attention from Blueface’s “on-beat” bars alone. Just before June hit, the California star released another dope cut titled “Patience,” which features Calboy and sees the two artists rapping about money and women over production from Zaytoven:
“Blueface, baby, please, don’t at me, niggas goin’ broke tryna keep a ho happy, buy her a house, I bet she asks about the car keys, give her the world, I bet she asked you for the stars please, don’t cross me ‘cause they gon’ recognize the AP, if she bleed for a week and ain’t die, don’t trust a bitch, trust me, a-a-a-a-a-a, atchoo, you know you ain’t bless me, I blessed you…”
Directed by KB Filmz, the accompanying visual is what can only be described as a typical Blueface affair, as he and Calboy turn a recording studio into a party — complete with liquor and a bevy of scantily-clad women who dance and twerk throughout.
Last year, Blueface liberated his debut studio album Find The Beat, a 16-track body of work with additional features from Gunna, Lil Baby, DaBaby, Polo G, Ambjaay, NLE Choppa, Stunna 4 Vegas, Jeremih, and YBN Nahmir. Months later, he would revisit his breakthrough mixtape Famous Cryp with a Reloaded update, which altogether saw 20 cuts and a slew of big name collaborations from the likes of Cardi B, YG, Snoop Dogg, Asian Doll, Sada Baby, 03 Greedo, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and Moneybagg Yo. Presumably, a new full-length is currently in the works.