Watch Brockhampton Make Their Bugged-Out, Theatrical Return To The Tonight Show

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Brockhampton-on-The-Tonight-ShowThe last time Brockhampton visited The Tonight Show, it was four months ago, and the LA-based rap expressionists were in a very different place. They were making their first appearance without Ameer Vann, the co-founding member who’d been kicked out of the group after sex-abuse allegations. They’d scrapped an album, and the future … More »

Watch Brockhampton Cover Alicia Keys’ “Un-Thinkable (I’m Ready)”

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Brockhampton released their ambitious and rewarding new album Iridescence last month. The LP landed them at the top of the Billboard 200 chart. Today, the alt-rap collective stopped by Australian radio station Triple J to cover Alicia Keys’ “Un-Thinkable (I’m Ready)” and perform “San Marcos” from their chart-topping album. More »

The A Star Is Born Soundtrack Could Stand To Go Off The Deep End More Often

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Bradley Cooper & Lady GagaIf you remember any scene from the trailer for Bradley Cooper’s new A Star Is Born remake, it is almost certainly the one in which Cooper’s character, declining roots-rock god Jackson Maine, calls from a car window to Lady Gaga’s aspiring singer, identified only as Ally. It’s a scene that’s appeared in all four(!) versions … More »

Brockhampton’s Iridescence Debuts At No. 1 On Billboard 200 Albums Chart

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Hip-hop collective Brockhampton bows at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with its fourth studio album, Iridescence. The set, which was released on Sept. 21 via Question Everything/RCA Records, launches with 101,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Sept. 27, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 79,000 were in … More »

Brockhampton Make The Leap

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BrockhamptonBrockhampton have been calling themselves a boy band for years; that term is central to their self-presentation. It’s an inside joke. It’s a way to set the group apart from every other rap collective. It’s a way for the group to encourage the personality-cults that have emerged around all the vastly different Brockhampton members, some … More »

Stream Brockhampton’s New Album Iridescence

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BrockhamptonA lot’s happened to the self-proclaimed rap boy band Brockhampton since the release of their Saturation album trilogy last year. There’s been new music, sure, in the form of a trio of summer singles, and there’s been delayed promises of a new album, once called Puppy and later called The Best Years Of Our Lives. More »

Brockhampton – “J’ouvert” Video

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The prolific rap boy band Brockhampton will release their new album, Iridescence, tomorrow. They announced the news over the summer after dropping a series of great singles, including “1999 WILDFIRE,” “1998 TRUMAN,” “1997 Diana,” and “Don’t Be Famous.” … More »

Brockhampton’s New Album Iridescence Out Next Month

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Alt-rap collective Brockhampton have been sharing some great singles this summer — “1999 WILDFIRE,” “1998 TRUMAN,” “1997 Diana,” and “Don’t Be Famous” — and now they are gearing up to release a new album. Their fourth studio album is set to arrive this September. More »

Flow 2018 Offers A Diverse, Gratifying Answer At The End Of Festival Season

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There are a lot of festivals that happen later in the year, but often it feels like a last gasp for the summer season by the time we get to early August. Stateside, we have two remaining primary ones, Lollapalooza and Outside Lands, the former of which usually has one of the more straightforward lineups … More »

Brockhampton – “Don’t Be Famous”

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BrockhamptonBrockhampton have been steadily releasing new songs from their upcoming new album, The Best Years Of Our Lives, most recently with “1997 Diana” just last night. All the while, they’ve been hosting their own Beats 1 radio show, Things We Lost In The Fire, where they play some of their favorite songs and occasionally … More »