BROCKHAMPTON announces new radio show I Miss The Band Already

BROCKHAMPTON announces new radio show I Miss The Band Already
Three episodes will air this week exclusively on Amp.

By Jordan Darville

November 21, 2022

BROCKHAMPTON. Photo by Lucas Creighton

 

Days after the release of their final albums The Family and TM and their last-ever concert at The Fonda in Los Angeles, BROCKHAMPTON are (sort of) returning with a new radio show called I Miss The Band Already. The group will host the three-episode program this week — it airs exclusively on Amp beginning today (November 21) at 6 p.m. EST and running for the following two days.

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According to a press release, the shows will “[range] from The Family listening party to a career retrospective as they discuss every album and era of BROCKHAMPTON.” Fans will also be able to call in live to put questions to the band and type comments in a virtual chat room.

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BROCKHAMPTON revealed their “indefinite hiatus” in January, canceling all dates on a world tour save for their Coachella performances.

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BROCKHAMPTON share new album The Family

BROCKHAMPTON share new album The Family
Another album, TM, will arrive at midnight before the group go on hiatus.

By David Renshaw

November 17, 2022

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BROCKHAMPTON have released The Family, a brand new project the group have dropped prior to going on an indefinite hiatus. The album, which features recent singles “Big Pussy” and “Basement,” can be streamed below in full.

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The Family was originally billed as Brockhampton’s “final album.” However, the group will release another project later today (November 17). TM is made up of recordings from album sessions in Ojai, California, last year. A press release describes TM as a “parting gift” to fans.

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BROCKHAMPTON revealed their breakup just prior to playing Coachella this year, a performance they said would be their final show. The new album was announced at the same time. “From the bottom of our hearts,” the band wrote in a statement, “thank you for being on this journey with us. We would not be here without our fans.”

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The prolific group has released six albums in five years with The Family being the seventh and TM the eighth. After debuting in 2017 with three Saturation albums they went on to drop Iridescence in 2018, Ginger in 2019, and Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine two years after that.

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BROCKHAMPTON announce title and release date of final album

BROCKHAMPTON announce title and release date of final album
The Family is due out November 17.

By Jordan Darville

October 27, 2022

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BROCKHAMPTON have revealed new details about their final album: it’s called The Family, and the project will be released on November 17. The news arrives with two new teasers for the album, shared on the group’s Instagram page. Watch below.

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BROCKHAMPTON revealed their breakup just prior to playing Coachella this year, a performance they said would be their final show. The new album was announced at the same time. “From the bottom of our hearts,” the band wrote in a statement, “thank you for being on this journey with us. We would not be here without our fans.”

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Not long after the April announcement of their breakup, BROCKHAMPTON shared a trailer for the album. In it, de facto bandleader Kevin Abstract leads a playback session with the other BROCKHAMPTON members. “I went to New York,” he says, “made something. It’s not a solo thing, it’s a group album. It’s about the group.” The clip ends with the words “THE FINAL ALBUM. 2022.” Watch the clip and check out The Family’s cover art below.

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BROCKHAMPTON’s Merlyn Wood returns with “GREEN LIGHT”

BROCKHAMPTON’s Merlyn Wood returns with “GREEN LIGHT”
It’s his first solo track since his band announced their breakup in January.

By Raphael Helfand

May 31, 2022

Photo by Zed Friedman.

 

Merlyn Wood has shared a new track titled “GREEN LIGHT,” produced by CONNIE and arriving alongside a music video courtesy of Miggy. It’s the Houston-via-Ghana rapper’s first single since his larger-than-life “boy band” BROCKHAMPTON announced their breakup in January. They seemingly closed the curtain on 12 years as a collective (the first four as AliveSinceForever) in April at Coachella but teased an encore — a final album called The Final Album — during their set and dropped a trailer for it the following week. Last Wednesday (May 25), their ex-leader Kevin Abstract relaunched his own solo career with a feature on Easy Life’s “Dear Miss Holloway.”

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On “GREEN LIGHT,” Merlyn comes out swinging, delivering a trunk-rattling club anthem over CONNIE’s mid-aughts throwback beat. Watch Miggy’s colorful visuals below.

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BROCKHAMPTON share trailer for their final album

BROCKHAMPTON share trailer for their final album
De facto leader Kevin Abstract says he made the album alone in New York.

By David Renshaw

April 19, 2022

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BROCKHAMPTON have shared a trailer for their upcoming project, first announced at Coachella and set to mark the end of their time together as a group. The video, titled “The Final Album,” can be seen below. In it Kevin Abstract sits the rest of the sprawling group down and explains that he’s made an album in New York about the collective. “It’s not a solo thing,” he says. “It’s about the group.”

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News of new music from BROCKHAMPTON came as something of a surprise after the group announced an “indefinite hiatus” and pulled a bunch of live dates back in January. They stated at the time that the Coachella shows would be their last.

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“From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for being on this journey with us,” the band said in a statement. “We would not be here without our fans. We hope we’ve been able to inspire you as much as you have us these past eight years. We are bonded and grateful to you for life.”

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The most recent BROCKHAMPTON album, Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine, dropped in 2021. Prior to that they released Ginger in 2019, 2018’s Iridescence, and a trilogy of Saturation albums the year before that.

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BROCKHAMPTON announce final album during Coachella set

BROCKHAMPTON announce final album during Coachella set
They also said Coachella would be their last show.

By Sandra Song

April 17, 2022

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BROCKHAMPTON revealed their final album will be released later this year.

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During their Saturday night set at Coachella, the band played a trailer for “The Final Album 2022” at the end of their set. Kevin Abstract also made the same announcement shortly afterwards on Twitter by simply writing, “the final brockhampton album 2022.”

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BROCKHAMPTON also said that their two Coachella performances would be their “last shows ever,” before adding that they were “not coming back.”

However, the announcement doesn’t come from out of the blue. Back in January, BROCKHAMPTON canceled their 2022 world tour and stated they were going on an “indefinite hiatus.” At the time, the band also said their “final performances as a group” would be their gigs at London’s O2 Arena Brixton and Coachella.

As of right now, BROCKHAMPTON appears to still be playing Coachella weekend two.

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See photos from the show and Abstract’s tweet below.

BROCKHAMPTON: THE FINAL ALBUM 2022

Kevin in the trailer: "I love you guys and I miss you guys. Basically I went to New York, made something. It's not a solo thing… it's a group album. That's all im gonna say…" pic.twitter.com/ZQ2EqU3m0R

— NFR Podcast (@nfr_podcast) April 17, 2022

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— kevin abstract (@kevinabstract) April 17, 2022

BROCKHAMPTON announce “indefinite hiatus,” cancel world tour

BROCKHAMPTON announce “indefinite hiatus,” cancel world tour
The group’s shows in London and at Coachella will be their last.

By Jordan Darville

January 14, 2022

BROCKHAMPTON. Photo by Conor Cunningham.

 

BROCKHAMPTON have announced an “indefinite hiatus” and canceled their 2022 world tour. In a statement posted Friday on Instagram, the band revealed that they will perform in London at the O2 Arena Brixton and at Coachella 2022. These four performances have been billed as “[BROCKHAMPTON]’s final performances as a group.”

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“From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for being on this journey with us,” the band writes. We would not be here without our fans. We hope we’ve been able to inspire you as much as you have us these past eight years. We are bonded and grateful to you for life.”

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Read the full statement below:

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BROCKHAMPTON was founded in 2015 as a 15-member collective after Kevin Abstract posted a message on a Kanye West fan forum asking for bandmates. 2017 was the group’s breakout year, seeing the release of their Saturation trilogy.

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The group signed to RCA the following year and kicked out founding member Ameer Vann after he faced accusations of physical and emotional abuse by two women. The release of their album Puppy was subsequently shelved and replaced with 2018’s Iridescence.

Another full-length called Ginger was released in 2019. BROCKHAMPTON’s final project ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE came out in April 2021.

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Kevin Abstract shares new song “SIERRA NIGHTS”

Kevin Abstract shares new song “SIERRA NIGHTS”
BROCKHAMPTON leader Kevin Abstract’s new song is an ode to the end of summer.

By Shaad D'Souza

August 18, 2021

BROCKHAMPTON bandleader Kevin Abstract has returned with “SIERRA NIGHTS”, his second solo release of the year and the follow-up to this year’s $NOT and slowthai collab “SLUGGER”. A collaboration with longtime BROCKHAMPTON collaborator Ryan Beatty, the track is, per a press release, an “ode to the end of summer, capturing the feeling of the cool night air and cruising around with your friends.” True to that, it’s a woozier, more vibe-driven song than what we’ve heard from Abstract in the past; moving through a bunch of different tempos and moods, it’s the kind of immersive, multi-part epic that’s become more and more present in pop over the past few years. Listen to “SIERRA NIGHTS” above.

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BROCKHAMPTON brings “Don’t Shoot Up The Party” to Colbert

BROCKHAMPTON brings “Don’t Shoot Up The Party” to Colbert
The single appears on the group’s latest album, ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE.

By Sajae Elder

May 27, 2021

BROCKHAMPTON took to stage on Wednesday night’s episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to perform their latest single “Don’t Shoot Up the Party,” a standout from their album ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE, which dropped back in April.

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Rocking matching jumpsuits, the group’s members performed surrounded by huge LED screens projecting a trippy, glitchy feed of their performance behind them.

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Recently, frontman Kevin Abstract announced via Twitter the band would be sharing their “last 2 albums” this year. With the release of ROADRUNNER, that leaves one final project to be released sometime this year.

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Watch the performance above.

Thumbnail image via Connor Cunnigham.

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Lil Nas X travels back to his teen years in his “Sun Goes Down” video

Lil Nas X travels back to his teen years in his “Sun Goes Down” video
Nas drops new music ahead of his SNL appearance this weekend.

By David Renshaw

May 21, 2021

Lil Nas X has dropped new song “Sun Goes Down.” The track comes with a typically memorable self-directed video from the viral star in which he travels back in time to communicate with his younger self. Check it out above.

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The “Sun Goes Down” video runs with the Take a Daytrip-produced song’s theme of self-acceptance, framing it within Nas’ dark thoughts and struggles as a teenager. Showing the younger Nas as someone struggling to see a brighter future for himself, it features scenes set at his high school prom and Taco Bell (where Nas once worked). The video also includes a cameo from his father R. L. Stafford.

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Lil Nas X will perform “Sun Goes Down” and previous single “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” when he appears as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live this weekend alongside host Anya Taylor Joy. Both songs will appear on his debut studio album, due for release this summer.

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Lil Nas X and Dominic Fike cook up trouble in BROCKHAMPTON’s new “COUNT ON ME” video

Lil Nas X and Dominic Fike cook up trouble in BROCKHAMPTON’s new “COUNT ON ME” video
Lil Nas X and Dominic Fike star as mischievous young lovers in the video for BROCKHAMPTON’s Ryan Beatty, A$AP Rocky and Shawn Mendes collab.

By Shaad D'Souza

April 13, 2021

Last week, BROCKHAMPTON returned from a year’s radio silence with ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE, their first new album since 2019’s GINGER. Since then, BROCKHAMPTON’s stream of content has been back to, well, BROCKHAMPTON levels, and today, the hip-hop boy-band have released a video for A$AP Rocky, Shawn Mendes and Ryan Beatty collab “COUNT ON ME”, one of ROADRUNNER’s many highlights.

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“COUNT ON ME”, which follows the group’s video for the Danny Brown-featuring “BUZZCUT”, stars Lil Nas X and Dominic Fike as lovers going on a romantic getaway. Naturally, chaos ensues, with both musicians slowly morphing into warped, hallucinatory versions of themselves. Directed by Kevin Abstract and Dan Streit, it’s a typically zany BROCKHAMPTON visual. Watch it above.

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The 8 projects you should stream now

The 8 projects you should stream now
New releases from BROCKHAMPTON, Taylor Swift, Sufjan Stevens, and more.

By Jordan Darville

April 09, 2021

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BROCKHAMPTON, ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE

The lead-up to BROCKHAMPTON’s new project has been a brief one. At the end of March they came back with “BUZZCUT,” a new single featuring Danny Brown, then enlisted A$AP Rocky, Shawn Mendes, and Ryan Beatty for “COUNT ON ME.”

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MO3, Shottaz 4 Eva

In November 2020, Dallas rapper MO3 was shot to death on a highway. His first posthumous album features Boosie Badazz, one of MO3’s biggest champions, as well as Kevin Gates and YFN Lucci.

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CFCF, Memoryland

After releasing one of 2019’s best chillout albums with Liquid Colors, Montreal-based composer and producer CFCF returns Memoryland, an album of rapturous progressive electronica that only he could make.

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Sufjan Stevens, Meditations

The death of Sufjan Stevens’ biological father inspired Convocations, a five-part album ruminating on the passing. Meditations, the first part of the project, is out today.

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Spirit Of The Beehive, Entertainment, Death

Philly’s Spirit Of the Beehive has made one of 2021’s most exciting rock albums with Entertainment, Death, their fourth full-length project. Read our track-by-track guide to the project with the band here.

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Taylor Swift, Fearless (Taylor’s Version)

Swift announced her intention to re-record her first six albums after the catalog was purchased by Scooter Braun in 2019. Fearless (Taylor’s Version) revisits Swift’s smash sophomore record and comes with six previously unheard songs.

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Miguel, Art Dealer Chic Vol 4 EP

Miguel revisits his R&B roots with this four-track release. “Art Dealer Chic is the mindset to invest our beliefs in thoughts and emotions that add the most value in our lives,” Miguel said in a press statement. “The same way an art dealer would dictate the value of a particular work, we dictate and curate what thoughts and emotions are worth our time and energy.” Nice.

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Skullcrusher, Storm in Summer EP

Helen Ballentine follows up her acclaimed self-titled 2020 EP with another clutch of windswept indie-folk songs. Storm in Summer includes “Song For Nick Drake,” a track that made our Songs You Need playlist back in February.

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BROCKHAMPTON return with new Danny Brown collab “Buzzcut”

BROCKHAMPTON return with new Danny Brown collab “Buzzcut”
BROCKHAMPTON link up with Detroit icon Danny Brown for their first single in a year.

By Shaad D'Souza

March 24, 2021

After an unusually quiet 2020 — their first year without releasing an album or mixtape since 2016 — hip-hop’s premiere boy band BROCKHAMPTON have returned with a new single and video. “Buzzcut” is a collaboration with the iconic Detroit rapper Danny Brown, and is the band’s first official release since roughly a year ago, when they released a remix of “Sugar” featuring Duo Lipa, Jon B, and Ryan Beatty. First teased on bandleader Kevin Abstract’s instagram, “Buzzcut” arrives alongside a new music video, directed and edited by Dan Streit, creative directed by Kevin Abstract, and shot by the band’s Ashlan Grey.

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BROCKHAMPTON’s last album was 2019’s Ginger, which featured collaborations with slowthai, Deb Never, and Ryan Beatty; the same year, they conducted an extensive North American tour supported by slowthai and 100 gecs. Watch “Buzzcut” above.

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No Rome teams up with BROCKHAMPTON’s Bearface on “1:45 AM”

No Rome teams up with BROCKHAMPTON’s Bearface on “1:45 AM”
Dirty Hit Records’ latest signee is back with a brand new single.

By Sajae Elder

July 30, 2020

Alt-pop artist No Rome shared his new single alongside BROCKHAMPTON’s Bearface, “1:45AM,” on Friday. The single marks the second for the year for Dirty Hit Records’ latest signee, following up “Hurry Home” which dropped back in May and featured beabadoobee and Jay Som.

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Produced along with The 1975’s George Daniel, MJ Cole, and No Rome himself, the track’s production pulls heavily from the sounds of U.K. Garage. The track may actually serve as a second single so far from No Rome’s forthcoming debut studio album, set to drop later this year.

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BROCKHAMPTON – ENCINO lyrics

[Intro: Henock Sileshi & Ameer Vann]
Ha ha! Yo, that last one was amazing, them boys is hot!
God damn, yes they was
Let me just formally thank y’all before we bring out the last guests of the evening. (Thank you.)
We just wanna say thank you, (Thank you, thank you.)
For coming out to the 16th annual “His Or Hers Potluck”!
16 … It’s been 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 16! (It’s been 16 years?)
God damn! (16 years, motherfucker)
And Jessica, let me tell you something about them yams, baby girl
You leave that Tupperware around here
I’m gonna have to put my dick in it and impregnate your yams
Cause I’m going to fuck them yams up, baby girl. (Woo, hoo hoo!)
Sweet ass yams, (God damn!)
Jesus Christ, God damn
Let me… Okay
Well, the last headlining group of the night, they go by the name of “BROCK…” (“BROCKHAMPTON”.) “BROCKHAMPTON”, yes
These boys is coming straight out of southeast Texas. (South Texas, yeah.)
Hotter than chicken grease (Woo!)
These motherfuckers, I’m going to say the name 1, 2, 3 times, (Yeah, let the…)
BROCKHAMPTON, BROCKHAMPTON, BROCKHAMPTON (Let the names off they cause, listen because…)
The thing is about BROCKHAMPTON, is that it’s a group
But it’s a bunch of niggas in there. (It’s they, it’s they.)
It’s a bunch of lil’ niggas in there
So go up on the names, my man
Okay, let me tell you, It’s uh… Kevin Abstract… (Kevin Abstract, yup.)
Joba. (Yup.)
Matt Champion (Yup.)
Ameer Vann (Okay.)
Merlyn Wood (Okay…)
Dom McLennon… (Dom McLennon, okay.)
And my personal favorite. (Who’s that?)
Rodney Smoothback Tenor (Ooh, Rodney smooth as hell, let me tell y’all!)
God damn
Rodney smoother than some motherfucking butter on some toast, let me tell ya’ll, baby girl
Also, wait, there’s one more on the card!
Okay, we got, we got this boy… uh… ah… Bearface. (Bearface, yeah.)
Bearface, yes, that’s his name
I don’t think he’s from around here
He sounded like he was from Scotland
One of them niggas from the last Highlander movie
S… where the fuck is Scotland?
I don’t know man
What the fuck is a Scotland? (It’s somewhere near Greenland.)
Or Iceland
He… Yeah, he, he not from here y’all, he, he from the, ah… the eh, the, not the America. (Mm hmm.)
The other parts

BROCKHAMPTON – BUMP lyrics

[Intro: Matt Champion]
Tuggin’ on my pinky ring, smelling like chrysanthemum
I just want that, I just want that bump, bump in my trunk
Blowing skunk, getting crunk with my baby, oh, what’s up?
Bump, bump in my trunk, bump, bump in my trunk

[Verse 1: Merlyn Wood]
We gon’ ride, ride, ride down to Mexico
You can see the bad man, I’ll come to New York
You can’t catch him though
You can see the bad man, I’ll come to New York
You can’t catch him though
We gon’ ride white lines all the way to Mexico
Merlyn! Merlyn!

[Hook: Kevin Abstract]
And when this ends
At least I’ll have a reason to live
And when this ends
At least I’ll have a reason to live (ahhhh!)

[Verse 2: Ameer Vann]
I’ve been trappin’ out my momma house, dope boy
Money keep the water and the lights on, spray it like it’s Lysol
Your bitch don’t like the dark so we fuckin’ with the lights on
I fuck her with my chains on, you the one I changed on
I just won the ghetto lottery, I guess I’m hood rich
Chillin’ at the gallo, smokin’ Blacks with my hood bitch
You ain’t what you could be, come get on this dope dick
I sell it by the gram, now tell me who you fuck with

[Hook: Kevin Abstract]
And when this ends
At least I’ll have a reason to live
And when this ends
At least I’ll have a reason to live (ahhhh!)

[Verse 3: Dom McLennon]
Watch me, watch me, watch me, watch me, watch me operate
I ain’t here to talk now, nigga, we ain’t gonna conversate
This modern terrorism, you can’t moderate
I’ve been fiendin’ time to put these demons on display
‘Cause they don’t understand, I don’t give a damn
Smoke some shit straight outta Alice in Wonderland
BROCKHAMPTON the clan, bitch, I ain’t your man
Like they’re stacking just to crumble like an avalanche
This is how it stand, this is how it is
Bitch, I ain’t your friend, I ain’t havin’ kids
‘Cause I know that if I’m gon’ bring ’em in the world
My little spawns of Satan just might take off with your fucking girl

[Bridge: Matt Champion]
Bump, bump in my trunk, bump, bump, bump, bump
Bump, bump in my trunk, bump, bump in my trunk
Bump, bump in my trunk, bump, bump, bump, bump
Bump, bump in my trunk, bump, bump in my trunk

[Hook: Kevin Abstract]
And when this ends
At least I’ll have a reason to live
And when this ends
At least I’ll have a reason to live
And when this ends
At least I’ll have a reason to live
And when this ends
At least I’ll have a reason to live

BROCKHAMPTON – BOOGIE

[Video Intro: Robert Ontenient]
Me llamo Roberto y me gusta bailar

[Intro: Kevin Abstract]
What are the rules for breakfast today?
What are the words I’m forbidden to say?
I need to let my hair down and grow it like a real ass bitch
A real ass bitch, bitch
What are the rules for breakfast today?
What are the words I’m forbidden to say?
I need to let my hair down and grow it like a real ass bitch
A real ass bitch, bitch

[Chorus: Kevin Abstract]
Beat up my whole life
I’ve been shot down, kicked out twice
Ain’t no stoppin’ me tonight
I’ma get all the things I like
I’ve been beat up my whole life
I’ve been shot down, kicked out twice
Ain’t no stoppin’ me tonight
I’ma get all the things I like

[Verse 1: Ameer Vann]
My niggas takin’ over
BROCKHAMPTON, call your momma
My niggas goin’ platinum
Break neck, send you to the doctor

[Verse 2: Kevin Abstract]
Best boy band since One Direction
Makin’ niggas itch like a skin infection
Did me wrong like a perfect stepson
Been a wrong, you can change the song, hun

[Verse 3: Matt Champion]
Who got me riled up?
Who the lame ass bitch wanna talk ’bout us?
Ooh, who got me riled up?
Who the lame ass bitch wanna talk ’bout us?
Ooh, come get it from me
Uh, come get it from me
Uh, come get it from me
Uh, uh, uh, come get it from me

[Verse 4: Joba]
Break necks, I’m the chiropractor
Come on down, you know I gotcha
Real shit, feelin’ saturated
We allowed this spot, fuck the haters
Break necks, I’m the chiropractor
Come on down, you know I gotcha
Real shit, feelin’ saturated
We allowed this spot, fuck the haters

[Verse 5: Merlyn Wood]
When you see me in the street, they say "Willie, Willie!"
When you don’t see me in the street, I’m like a hillbilly
All sad ’cause nobody wanna suck my willy
Now I’m sad, everybody wanna suck my willy
When you see me in the street, they say "Willie, Willie!"
When you don’t see me in the street, I’m like a hillbilly
All sad ’cause nobody wanna suck my willy
Now I’m sad, everybody wanna suck my willy

[Verse 6: Dom McLennon]
They be like "what the fuck is you on?" when we hit the room
Move til’ these niggas throw me in the tomb
Hear the sounds of the pharaoh when we spin the tunes
Everything feel right now you in the womb
Wanna motivate you in the afternoon
Top shelf money, that’s my new perfume
Twist it up, let it in and inhale the fumes
I’m the one that’s zoom if you just assume

[Chorus: Kevin Abstract]
I’ve been beat up my whole life
I’ve been shot down, kicked out twice
Ain’t no stoppin’ me tonight
I’ma get all the things I like
I’ve been beat up my whole life
I’ve been shot down, kicked out twice
Ain’t no stoppin’ me tonight
I’ma get all the things I like

[Video Outro: Dom McLennon (Merlyn Wood)]
Merlyn!