Brockhampton releases new visuals off their latest project.
It's been an interesting year for Brockhampton, to say the least. After blessing the fans with three installments of their Saturation series in 2017, they held back from releasing their major label debut. Unfortunately, it was due to some issues within the circle when Ameer Vann was kicked out over allegations of sexual misconduct. While they took some time away from the public eye, they came back stronger than ever with the release of their latest project, Iridescence. The crew released the project last week and today, they come through with a new set of visuals for their track, "New Orleans."
Brockhampton is back with their new music video for "New Orleans." The music video comes only a few days after the crew released the video for "San Marcos." The video shows the crew performing their respective verses on the song while jumping in the crowd with their fans and raging hard.
Brockhampton's new album is already looking like it'll be their most commercially successful project to date. Earlier this week, it was predicted that their latest project could hold down the number one spot on the Billboard 200. Brockhampton's only competition for the top position is Josh Groban who recently released his album, Bridges. Brockhampton is expected to move 89K - 94K in equivalent album units while Groban is inching towards 94K-99k.