After taking the music world by storm in 2017, Brockhampton have announced the follow up to their ‘Saturation’ trilogy. The album will be named Puppy, and will be released in June. The hip-hop boy band announced last year that their album would be called Team Effort, but they changed the name of the release in March.
The ‘internets first boy band’ blew up last year with the release of their 3 Saturation albums (1, 2 and 3), and were propelled into the limelight with huge singles such as ‘GOLD’, ‘SWEET’ and ‘BOOGIE’.
All 14 members of the group originate from Texas, but they currently reside in California. They released their debut mixtape All-American Trash in 2016 over a year before their debut studio album. Their rise after the release of this album was almost meteoric, with the third and final instalment of their Saturation trilogy, peaking at number 5 R&B/Hip-Hop charts in the US.
In February, it was announced that Brockhampton had signed a three year, and six album deal with RCA Records, worth over $15,000,000.
Last years success also led the boy band to perform at Coachella festival earlier this year, and their two upcoming UK shows at KOKO in London in August sold out in a matter of minutes.
With their collective chemistry, engaging personalities and sheer uniqueness in their music, it’s pretty clear that Puppy will be an album definitely worth looking out for.