It appears Kevin Abstract is sticking to his word of dropping new music all Summer long. After hitting us with song "1999 Wildfire” a couple weeks ago, Abstract & his Brockhampton group decide to return to the scene today and share their follow up called “1998 Truman,” which was premiered moments ago on the second episode of their new Beats 1 show, Things We Lost in the Fire Radio.
Serving as the newest release off their forthcoming The Best Years Of Our Lives LP, “1998 Truman” is a boisterous and eccentric set of sounds that finds the likes of Joba, Kevin Abstract, Matt Champion, Dom McLennon, & Merlyn Wood all laying down their respective bars.
Accompanied with a new music video, check out the Kevin Abstract-directed clip and let us know what you think. Record available on iTunes. Look for more from Brockhampton to be on the way, probably during the next airing of Things We Lost in the Fire Radio to be exact. Stay tuned.
Gimme no drugs, lend me some love
Tonight, while I'm in this club
Lonely as fuck, with my thugs
And we looking for that buzz