Jamaican rapper BEAM has been a secret weapon for music of all genres. With previous production and vocal credits on music by 21 Savage, Justin Bieber, Pop Smoke, Migos and more, the rising star bolsters his appeal with his latest “out of this world” offering.
His new album ALIEN is a testament to the skills, production and connections the Miami-based emcee has cultivated. With an elite caliber of features from Justin Bieber, Vory, Zacari, Jorja Smith, Valee and more, BEAM displays an arsenal of flows, deliveries and melodies that outwardly showcase his signature sound.
“I ain’t do it, I ain’t do it, do a ting, officer
Handcuff, uh-huh, click-click, uh
Fight with mama, uh-huh, ding-ding, uh-huh
Kept me in, uh, got a green card, uh-huh
It was hard, uh-huh, like the beat, uh-huh
She said, “Don’t get deported, you’re on the brink,” uh-huh
Every day is a bullet to my clip, uh-huh, I’ma flip, uh-huh”BEAM — “ANXIETY”
“ANXIETY” is a prime example of BEAM’s versatility, showcasing both his Jamaican roots and traditional rap prowess. 21 Savage opens the track with a menacing intro as BEAM comes in with quick flows describing his personal discomfort with the state of society.
ALIEN comes with extravagant visuals for “PLANET BEAM,” the final track off the project. As BEAM adapts to the beat switches throughout the track, the music video evolves into a cinematic feature worthy of the big screen.
With his highly-anticipated full-length debut finally out, BEAM seems to be destined for a superstar-caliber career in music.
Check out ‘ALIEN’ by BEAM below!