17 Songs, 52 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5 out of 5

65 Ratings

65 Ratings

A Great Farewell

Mike Cornwall

I've been a fan of Beleaf since I was in middle school (which is weird for me to say since I'm in college now). This album clearly is the type of album that Beleaf wanted to make: where he's free to shine, flex his rap ability, tell stories, and show off his fam. This album is a head-banger, tear-jearker, face-scruncher, thought provoker, neck-breaker, and beautiful all in one. It's a transition. This is has last album and it leads us wonderfully into the next chapter of his life as a storyteller on YouTube through his channel "Beleaf in Fatherhood". This is a man I look up to. Do yourself a favor and grab his final album.

Amazing as expected!

Stormi H

Beleaf! You did it again! This was worth the wait! Great way to start my morning!

One of the best albums of all time!


The first time I heard Beleaf I was schocked at how gravitating his voice was. This man makes amazing beats and the way he spits is like no other. On top of that his name is Beleaf; which if I am not mistaken means to have faith in his father. In a nutshell this man is an amazing rapper,beleiver and father. Stay safe man. This album is the best album he has ever made for sure.

About Beleaf

A spiritual hip-hop artist who has used his own struggles as a basis for positive messages he sends out to his fans, Beleaf was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. Born Glen Henry, and also known as Beleaf Melanin, the rapper dealt with physical and psychological abuse as a child, and went on to struggle with severe depression as an adult. In time, Beleaf relocated to San Diego, California, and had a spiritual awakening as he accepted Christianity, though he prefers not to identify himself as a Christian artist. Beleaf got his start as a recording artist with the group theBREAX; Beleaf DJ'ed for the group and wrote lyrics, which also featured producer and MC Ruslan. After two albums (2007's Eye Am Productions Presents the BREAX and 2008's When theBREAX Sold Out), the group fell apart, but Beleaf and Ruslan would join forces again in Dream Junkies, a hip-hop trio that also included John Givez. Dream Junkies would drop their first album in 2014, NREM Edition, with Good Religion following in 2016. Also in 2014, Beleaf released his first solo album, Red Pills + Black Sugar, a concept piece inspired by his ongoing battle with depression and suicidal thoughts. In 2015, Beleaf launched a video blog titled In Fatherhood, in which he dealt with his experiences as a new parent, telling the media he didn't want to be branded for life as the depressed rapper. The series inspired his next solo album, 2017's In Fatherhood. As the album was being released, Beleaf announced that it would be his last, declaring the time he spent recording and performing would be better spent at home with his family. ~ Mark Deming