Thursday, February 8, 2018

Kanye West disciples Brockhampton head to Detroit for two shows next week

Posted By on Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 4:49 PM

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Self-described as an "all-American boy band," the 15-member hip-hop collective Brockhampton does more than just make music. The group — which was founded in 2015 via a Kanye West fan forum — functions as their own independent creative agency, giving them complete autonomy over all of its songs, music videos, and artwork. The fraternity of misfits put out three genre-blending records in 2017, with each growing in complexity and creativity. Saturation III is the apex of the group’s releases, putting their goal of challenging cultural norms and perspectives at the forefront of their songs.

Brockhampton will be performing at the Majestic on Sunday, Feb. 11 and Monday, 12. Both shows are sold out, but there's always StubHub and Vivid Seats.



The video for "Boogie" is below:


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