Brockhampton Release Two New Videos for “Sweet” and “Follow”
Brockhampton has been on an insane run this year, and their momentum doesn't seem like it's stopping anytime soon. The boy band is releasing their second album of the year, Saturation II, on Aug. 25. In advance of the project, the group releases two new videos for "Sweet" and "Follow."
The grainy visuals are directed by Kevin Abstract and see each member of the group getting their time to shine. "Sweet" is the more hyper of the two songs, with its' pulsating beat. As Abstract raps the infectious hook, "Twisting me up like licorice/Think I need someone who can handle it," his cohorts mob in an empty parking lot waiting to cheer on the next member.
"Follow" is a more subdued affair. Abstract, Ameer Vann, Matt Champion and Merlyn Wood sit in the confines of their living room as each stares intently in the mirror. Abstract raps about his first boyfriend, almost signing to Def Jam and his younger years. However, Vann steals the show as he spits about the success of being on the hit Viceland show American Boyband with the rest of his crew and the spoils that entail.
Vann intensely raps in the mirror, "I got on TV, then I turned into an asshole/’Cause I ain't selling dope or running with them bad folk/I'm eating shrimp and lobster, sitting next to White folk/Now I'm in Trader Joe's with Birkenstock of iPhone/My agent called said they want me in the movies now."
Last week, Brockhampton released the trippy music video for the track "Junky." Kevin Abstract also revealed that there is a Saturation III album is in the works. Check out the tweet below.
Make sure to watch the exciting visuals for "Sweet" and "Follow" below.
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