Music: Brockhampton- Saturation

Brockhampton are a collective of musicians who met through KanyeToThe, a blog dedicated to everything Kanye-related and beyond. With the dream of creating timeless art, they decided to take the risk of meeting up and living in a shared house making music. Kevin Abstract, openly gay, has explored themes of sexuality and alienation from others throughout his own music on albums such as ‘American Boyfriend: A Suburban Love Story,’ released last year.

‘Saturation’ is Brockhampton’s second full length project after their debut released in 2015 titled  “All American Trash.” Inspired by outsider artists such as Kanye West, Kid Cudi, The Odd Future collective and Frank Ocean, their music has evolved sonically, with the group experimenting with different textures and melodies. The diversity in song structure, production and performances from the group is what makes this the most exciting collective in a very long time.
Listen to ‘Saturation’ below:

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