Blxst Announces Debut Album ‘I’ll Always Come Find You’

The West Coast trailblazer shares a full-circle moment with Anderson.Paak on new single 'Dance With The Devil'...

Blxst has announced the release of his highly-anticipated debut album ‘I’ll Always Come Find You’, due to land July 19th via Red Bull Records.

Unveiling the news alongside a groovy collaboration with Anderson.Paak titled ‘Dance With The Devil’, the West Coast polymath opens a new chapter in his trajectory. Sporting rich instrumentation, the two combine with slick, harmonized vocals, sharing a radiant moment on the SoulCal dancefloor. Elevating the track’s vintage flair with nostalgic, 70s-tinted visuals, ‘Dance With A Devil’ is warm, incandescent funk that steps into the summer limelight.

Speaking on the collaboration, Blxst shares: “I’ve been a fan of Anderson .Paak since his ‘Malibu’ album. His approach as an artist and tone of voice inspired me while coming into my own artistry. This song is a perfect blend of two artists from California and is sonically undeniable from first listen. Conceptually, the song paints a picture of the tug-of-war with temptation in love and relationships.”

Since making his breakthrough with his introductory EP ‘No Love Lost’, Blxst has identified himself at the forefront of contemporary R&B. Equal parts polished yet candid, the singer-songwriter, rapper and producer approaches his craft from various vantage points, teaming up with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, YG and Nas along the way. Now a GRAMMY=nominated, platinum-selling artist, Blxst hints towards a new direction for his full-length debut, tapping into the rhythms of reggaeton. Dropping features with global gamec Offset and Feid, ’I’ll Always Come Find You’ has arrived without rush, developing over the course of Blxst’s gradual rise to the mainstage.

Gearing up towards release day, the artist savours his current relationship with his material: “This is the most confident I’ve ever felt in my music. What I had to overcome while making this album changed my entire creative process, and the fans deserve to see the growth from that. I would be doing a disservice to not reach the heights I dreamed of reaching when I first started as an artist. No better time than now.”

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