Brockhampton Take Over the Streets of South Central in ‘Heat’ Video
The guys of Brockhampton are making huge waves as a rap collective, and their new visuals for "Heat" only prove how far they can take their talents. The self-proclaimed "boy band" released the video for the track earlier today (May 17), which shows the group's members posted up on a block in the middle of the South Central neighborhood in Los Angeles.
The guys all spit their verses into a gritty, old school-esque filtered camera, as the group's very own Kevin Abstract directed the video, while Henock Sileshi worked on the editing and coloring. While there's not much of a storyline to the video, the guys still spit some hard bars and show off their electric energy as they dance throughout the backdrops.
Brockhampton is climbing their way to success in a unique way, as their collective consists of creatives that incorporates not just artists, but also graphic designers, producers and videographers.
The group is gearing up to release their second mixtape together, Saturation, sometime next month, with Abstract teasing the artwork on social media earlier this month. "Heat" is the first single off of the project, giving us the perfect taste of what we can expect when it drops.
It's going to also be a big year for Abstrac, himself, as the creative is slated to hit the stage at the 2017 Afropunk Festival in Brooklyn on August 26-August 27. He'll be joining roster that also features Kaytranada, Frank Ocean, The Cool Kids and more, and he's got his own TV show coming to Viceland.
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