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One of the emerging artists of , Brockhampton burst onto the scene with a whopping THREE full-length albums in the last six months of the year. In order to whet your appetite for the next month or two, here is the best of Brockhampton in a neat little list for you. Brockhampton has a long list of great tracks that spans tons of different moods.
These Are the Best Songs From Each Member of Brockhampton, Because I Had Time Today
Last night, Brockhampton dropped their fourth studio album, iridescence. The group is managed by the same team who used to manage Odd Future, which makes a lot of sense given how easily they occupy the same space in music as that collective once did. Brockhampton officially arrived on the scene back in with their debut mixtape, but last year was when they really became a thing. The success of that trilogy led to a record deal with RCA. There were hiccups along the way — months later, they found themselves in the news when they kicked out one of their members amid allegations of sexual misconduct, and a scheduled album was scrapped. Beatty assists on the chorus, and it once again becomes clear that he is their secret sauce. On the almost five-minute track, they manage to cover everything from depression and homophobia to racism and selling drugs. The track also includes one of the standout moments in their entire discography, the chopped-and-screwed breakdown at the top of the song. For longtime fans, it serves as a nostalgic reminder of what once was and how far the band has come.
Every member of Brockhampton brings something special to the group. While Kevin Abstract's verses empower marginalized groups and Dom McLennon's lyricism reigns supreme, Joba's unpredictability and Merlyn Wood's eccentricity cement their impact on any given track. Then there's Matt Champion, who's known for his cool confidence, and Bearface, whose calming vocals add another dimension to the group.