Blueface Launches New Record Label ‘MILF Music’ Exclusively Signing Mothers with Children

Blueface Launches New Record Label ‘MILF Music’ Exclusively Signing Mothers with Children

The controversial rapper emphasizes star quality and social media engagement over talent

Blueface, the 26-year-old rapper known for his unconventional style and controversial statements, has recently launched his own record label called MILF Music. In an announcement video shared by RapTV on June 25, Blueface revealed that the only requirement for signing artists to his label is that they must be women with children.

“MILF Music is officially the label,” Blueface declared in the clip. “I’m only signing women with children. Your baby daddy is your only reference that I can use. If he doesn’t vouch for you, I ain’t f***ing with you. You don’t have to be a rapper. I just need to see star quality in you.”

Surprisingly, Blueface admitted that talent is not a prerequisite for signing artists to MILF Music. He expressed his willingness to write songs and create music for the artists himself, stating, “I’ll write the song for you. I’ll write the music for you. It’s just money. Ya dig?”

In an unconventional move, Blueface also highlighted the importance of receiving hate comments on social media. He claimed that artists who receive significant backlash under their posts would be considered for signing more quickly. “The more hate, the better,” he explained. “If you have 10,000 people under your picture commenting hate mail, I’ma f**k with that more than if you got 1,000 people in your comments with love mail.”

As of now, the only confirmed artist under the MILF Music label is Jaiydn Alexis. Blueface urged his followers to show love and support to her on her journey.

While Blueface’s new record label announcement has stirred up significant attention, it has also sparked discussions and raised eyebrows due to its unconventional criteria and disregard for talent. Only time will tell how successful MILF Music will be and whether it will become a platform for aspiring artists or remain a controversial footnote in the music industry.