BROCKHAMPTON is a young musical group which is taking the country by storm with its original and trendy music. It is difficult to really pinpoint what to call of this music group; some call them a boy band, others term them a hip-hop collective. The internet, however, has dubbed them “the first hip-hop boy band”. The Texas-hailing group currently operates from California and has fifteen members. Together, they have produced three albums, with their latest, “Saturation III” set to launch in December 2017. After its release, the band will go on a promotional Love Your Parents Tour in 2018. Brockhampton tickets for this tour’s North American stopovers can now be purchased.
Love Your Parents
BROCKHAMPTON’s “Jennifer Tour” wrapped up in the beginning of 2017 to rave reviews. The collective has been admired for how well-synced it is despite the large number of people on stage. At the same time, the band has planned the show in such a way that every single member is featured during it; from Kevin Abstract (the longest serving member of the group) to Henock “H.K” Sileshi (recent addition as a graphic designer).
During the summer of 2017, BROCKHAMPTON released a video on their YouTube channel titled “Birthday Gift”. In the video Matt Champion says that he needs to look for a birthday present for HK and asks Kevin Abstract for suggestions. In a completely unplanned move, Abstract points at an airplane which happens to be passing overhead. Out of ideas, the two suggest instead that they should buy him tickets to their next tour, after which the video announces the 2018 “Love Your Parents Tour”.
The video also has a brand new original piece by the band as its backing track, which is being called the “Love Your Parents” song. However, the track is not a part of the upcoming album “Saturation III” and nor has it been released as a separate single. The song can be expected to feature exclusively on the tour though and Brockhampton tickets are what you need to go to these concerts.
The Saturation Trilogy
Having to communicate with fifteen members seems to be a daunting task, but it can also be a great advantage when coming up with new material. This can clearly be seen in the “Saturation” trilogy the boys have produced in 2017. So far, they have released two albums with a mere two months’ difference between them, titled “Saturation I” and “Saturation II”.
According to BROCKHAMPTON rapper Ameer Vann, “(This trilogy is) musical vomit, you just throw it up, you can’t resist the urge. We’re just trying to capitalize on how easily everything is flowing right now; we don’t really want to stop.”
These albums are straight from the heart and depict the boyband’s attitude, concerns, aggression and musical style. The first album asserts self-assurance, and locks BROCKHAMPTON as a serious contender in the hip-hop mainstream. The second album basks in this established self-assurance; they move on to discussing things that inspire and concern them. “Imma be a star even if I say the same things” is a line from the Vann-led track “Chick” which asserts his moto. The album mentions important issues as well, as Kevin Abstract opening up “Junky” screaming “Why you always rap about being gay?” bringing attention to the lack of gay expression in rap.
The third album, “Saturation III” is expected to one-up the first two, with edgier and groovier tracks. It’s expected release date is in December 2017 and will then be promoted on the band’s Love Your Parents Tour.
‘Kanye To The’
BROCKHAMPTON was discovered through acclaimed rapper Kanye West’s online fan club. Initially, these young rappers gained prominence through the “Kanye To The” web forum and began being addressed as “the internet’s first boyband”. Initially, thirty members were a part of this collective, but it narrowed down to fifteen. They first released a mix-tape in 2016, titled “All American Trash” and then received a recording contract with Fool’s Gold Records. The band has since completed a successful tour and released two more albums. Their second tour is scheduled to begin in 2018, in support of their upcoming album, “Saturation III”. BROCKHAMPTON is clearly here to stay.
Brockhampton Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Brockhampton tickets is $86. The date and location for this event is 3-Aug-18 at Concord Music Hall, Chicago. The minimum get-in price for Brockhampton tickets is $48.
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