If you’re looking for songs about blame, you’ve come to the right place. From Chris Stapleton’s “Nobody to Blame” to Kanye West’s “Blame Game,” we’ve got you covered. We’ve even included some of the craziest lyrics about blame.
Chris Stapleton’s “Nobody to Blame”
The album Traveller, released in 2015, contains the debut single “Nobody to Blame,” written and performed by Chris Stapleton. The single rose to No. 68 on the Billboard Hot 100 and reached the top 10 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. It also won Stapleton a Song of the Year award at the ACM Awards.
“Nobody to Blame” features the amazing vocals of Chris Stapleton. He sings with raw emotion and an earnest ear for melody. His songs are instantly recognizable and become anthems. He writes the songs that are familiar yet personal and that captivate listeners.
Chris Stapleton’s catalog is rich in storytelling, style, and story. His songs capture a wide range of emotions, from joy to sorrow. His songs are not just country, but transcend genres. While they may be rooted in traditional country music, they are still very accessible to non-country listeners.
Anderson East’s “The Dream’s in the Ditch”
The underlying theme of this lyric is a sense of restlessness and general regret for life. The vocals, delivered with a bluesy, country inflection, are layered with folkiness and a sense of melancholy. East sings about regretting having lost the one you love, and wishes he could turn back time to make things right.
Chris Brown’s “New Flame”
Chris Brown returns to his urban roots with “New Flame.” Unlike his last two albums, which focused more on dance and electronic sounds, this track is a return to his r&b roots. Now that he’s back, he’ll have to step up his game if he wants to stay at the top of the r&b game.
The song is the fourth single off Chris Brown’s sixth studio album X, and it was originally released as a promotional single on March 5, 2014. It features American rappers Usher and Rick Ross. Chris and Usher have recently teamed up on Breezy’s single Party, and Chris and Rick Ross previously worked together on DJ Khaled’s “Talking To My Head.”
The video starts out in a white room with Chris Brown dancing in front of a fire. Meanwhile, the Usher video shows him standing on a huge structure above a pool with a girl wearing a red dress. The Rick Ross video features the rapper shirtless in a white room, with a white chair. Ultimately, the video ends with Chris Brown dancing in front of a flame.
Kanye West’s “Blame Game”
Kanye West’s “Blames” album contains a song called “Blame Game” that is allegedly plagiarized from a 2001 track by Aphex Twin. The song is a piano instrumental that forms the backbone of West’s song. Though West has never acknowledged the use of Aphex’s track, he has acknowledged that he sampled it in the song.
Chris Rock’s cameo on Kanye West’s Blame Game album came as a surprise to many fans. The two have worked together before and have performed a number of hits together. The collaboration was the result of a longstanding relationship between the two artists, and Rock revealed how they got together.