On their last album of their breakout trilogy series, BROCKHAMPTON push their talents further than ever before. Saturation III is their most animated, dense and focused album to date.

In regards to the the production on this project, it’s much more colourful and diverse than their predecessors, exploding their west-coast, jazz-inspired influences on a vibrant, exciting soundscape which complements the introspective lyricism by the members of the group. Kevin Abstract doesn’t get enough credit the quality of hooks he has produced throughout BROCKHAMPTON’s discography, and it’s on SATURATION III where his genius shines through. Standouts such as ‘JOHNNY’ and ‘BLEACH’ have heavy replay-value, but it’s the whole cohesiveness of the album, both in the quality of production and the introspective and honest lyricism that makes the third instalment in their trilogy so memorable.

The fact that these guys are in their early to late twenties, making music of this quality in their own homes is a massive inspiration and just comes to show how a combination of quality music and great marketing can result in one of the most exciting moments in hip-hop this year.

Listen to BROCKHAMPTON’s SATURATION III below via Spotify, and make sure you support in any way you can!


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