Brockhampton Turn Blue in Times Square for Performance of “Boogie” on ‘TRL’
The fellas of Brockhampton continue to prove that they are one of the most electric performances that you'll get to see in music today, as they take over MTV's TRL. The hip-hop collective perform their "Boogie" record for fans in the streets of Times Square, where they sport their signature blue-painted skin.
The performance starts off with the crew hopping out of a van together in matching white hoodies and red pants, where they immediately turn up the energy in New York City's top tourist spot. Fans surround them as they all jump up and down to the hyped up track, with each Brockhampton member delivering their fiery verses.
"Boogie" comes off of the group's Saturation III album, which they dropped off for fans back in December 2017. The 15-track project marks as the third and last entry into their Saturation series that began last summer. They also unveiled some visuals for "Boogie" along with the LP's release, which featured Brockhampton running inside of a convenience store.
The "Boys" group has made a huge name for themselves through not just their music, but their live shows. If you haven't gotten a chance to see them in-person yet, you'll still have a chance to catch them at the 2018 Coachella Music Festival later this year, which features Eminem as a headliner.
Watch Brockhampton perform their "Boogie" single in Times Square in the video below.
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