Contents 1 History 1.1 2010–14: Formation and AliveSinceForever 1.2 2014–16: Name change and All-American Trash 1.3 2017–18: Saturation trilogy 2 Members 2.1 Current members 2.2 Past members 3 Discography 4 References


History[edit] 2010–14: Formation and AliveSinceForever[edit] In 2010, Kevin Abstract and Jalen Jones made a post[9] on KanyeLive (now KanyeToThe) which asked if anyone wanted to form a band, to which over 30 users responded. AliveSinceForever was then formed, although AliveSinceForever only went active in 2012. In 2013, AliveSinceForever released their debut EP album, The ASF EP.[10] The lineup consisted of Abstract, Ameer Vann, Dom McLennon, and Mic Kurb (later known as Rodney Tenor). At the end of 2014, AliveSinceForever disbanded to rebrand as Brockhampton.[11][12] 2014–16: Name change and All-American Trash[edit] Following the release of Abstract's MTV1987, AliveSinceForever rebranded as Brockhampton and added several new members, some of which were recruited through Kanye West fan forum KanyeToThe.[7] In January 2015, Brockhampton released their debut single, "Bet I" accompanied by a video directed by members Henock "HK" Sileshi and Franklin Mendez.[13] However, as of 2017, "Bet I" has been removed from all streaming platforms. On June 16 2015, Brockhampton released their second single, "Hero".[14] That same month, Brockhampton won the VFiles Loud contest, winning them a professionally directed music video for their next single "Dirt", released through Fool's Gold Records.[15]. On March 24 2016, Brockhampton released their debut mixtape, All-American Trash for free. The project focuses on highlighting the group's individual members, and was led by the music video "Flip Mo", performed by Merlyn Wood and featuring Dom McLennon.[16][17] 2017–18: Saturation trilogy[edit] In January 2017, Brockhampton released a new standalone single and music video, "Cannon".[18] In May 2017, Brockhampton released "Face", the first single and video promoting their debut album Saturation. Throughout the month, Brockhampton released several singles and music videos in promotion of the album, including "Heat", "Gold", and "Star", all of which were directed by Abstract and shot locally in their neighborhood of South Central, Los Angeles, California.[19][20][21] The same month, it was announced that Brockhampton was going to be the subject of the upcoming Viceland series American Boyband, set to premiere June 8, 2017.[22][23] A standalone music video, titled "Lamb" was released on June 8, 2017.[24] Saturation was released on June 9, 2017 to critical acclaim, and brought new attention to the group.[25][25][26] Following the release of Saturation, Abstract stated that Brockhampton were already working on a follow up, tentatively titled Saturation II and was set to be released in August.[27] On August 1, 2017, Brockhampton released the debut single and video from Saturation II, titled "Gummy".[28] A week later, they released the second single and video, titled "Swamp".[29] On August 15, they released the third single, titled "Junky", and later that day, they announced via Twitter the release date for Saturation II.[30] The album's final single and video "Sweet" was released on August 22. This was followed the same day by the surprise release of "Follow", after which Abstract announced via Twitter that the Saturation Trilogy would be concluded with Saturation III.[31] Saturation II was released on August 25 to further acclaim and attention. On September 14, 2017 Abstract revealed that the trilogy would be released as a box set alongside a collection of unreleased demos prior to the year's end.[32] On December 1, Brockhampton officially announced Saturation III as their final studio album; however, the group later clarified that this was not a literal statement, and they were likely to release further albums.[33] On December 12, they released the album's lead single and video, entitled "Boogie". On December 14, 2017, Brockhampton announced their fourth studio album, Team Effort, slated for release in 2018, along with a new single from Saturation III, "Stains". Saturation III was released on December 15 to even further critical acclaim.[34] The group also filmed a self-funded, feature-length movie to celebrate the Saturation trilogy.[35]


Members[edit] Current members[edit] Ian "Kevin Abstract" Simpson – vocals, video direction, creative direction (2012–present) Ameer Vann – vocals (2012–present) William Andoh "Merlyn" Wood – vocals (2015–present) Dominique "Dom McLennon" Simpson – vocals (2013–present) Matt Champion – vocals (2015–present) Russell "Joba" Boring – vocals, production, mixing, mastering, engineering (2015–present) Ciarán "Bearface" McDonald – vocals, guitar, production (2015–present) Romil Hemnani – production, engineering (2015–present) Q3 – production Jabari Manwa (2015–present) Isaiah "Kiko Merley" Merriweather (2015–present) Henock "HK" Sileshi – creative direction, graphic design (2015–present) Ashlan Grey – photography (2016–present) Robert Ontenient – webmaster, guitar, spoken word vocals (2015–present) Jon Nunes – management (2015–present)[6] Past members[edit] Michael "Rodney Tenor" Kirby McGann – vocals (2012–16) Albert Gordon – production (2015–16) Franklin Mendez – photography (2015) Anish Ochani – management (2015–16)


Discography[edit] Main article: Brockhampton discography Saturation (2017) Saturation II (2017) Saturation III (2017)


References[edit] ^ Makeda Easter (October 27, 2017). "Hip-hop collective Brockhampton puts a new spin on the 'boy band' concept". Retrieved December 19, 2017.  ^ Rowe, Amy (September 12, 2017). "Brockhampton offer a glimpse of hip hop's future at NYC show". Ny daily news. Retrieved December 25, 2017.  ^ Shaker, Nicole (October 25, 2017). "What It Means to Be a Boy Band: The BROCKHAMPTON Story". The Echo. Retrieved December 25, 2017.  ^ Duncan, Chris (August 29, 2017). "Brockhampton follows up on their explosive debut with an introspective sequel". The Daily Texan. Retrieved December 25, 2017.  ^ http://www.thefader.com/2017/07/13/brockhampton-members-kevin-abstract-interview-saturation ^ a b "List members". Retrieved 16 December 2017.  ^ a b Isabelle Hellyer (October 8, 2015). "Live Review: meet brockhampton: the internet's first boyband". i-D. Retrieved June 16, 2017.  ^ Skelton, Eric. "The reasons behind Brockhampton's decision to call themselves a boyband instead of a rap collective". Pigeons and Planes. Retrieved October 4, 2017.  ^ "Anybody wanna make a band? « Kanye West Forum". www.kanyetothe.com. Retrieved 21 December 2017.  ^ "ALIVESINCEFOREVER". Retrieved December 3, 2017.  ^ "Imgur". Retrieved December 3, 2017.  ^ Tanners, Jon (December 31, 2014). "Premiere: Matt Champion ft. Jon Waltz - "BURN"". Pigeon & Planes. Retrieved December 3, 2017.  ^ "Check Out BrockHampton's (Kevin Abstract and Friends) New Track 'Bet I'". 28 January 2015. Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ "PREMIERE: Fall in Love with Brockhampton's Blissed Out "Hero"". 16 June 2015. Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ "Brockhampton - "Dirt"". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ "Download Brockhampton's Debut Mixtape, 'All-American Trash'". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ "Merlyn Wood "Flip Mo" ft. Dom McLennon - Mass Appeal". 29 March 2016. Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ http://pigeonsandplanes.com/music/2017/01/brockhampton-cannon ^ "Watch the Video for Brockhampton's Disruptive New Song "Heat"". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ ""GOLD" by BROCKHAMPTON Review - Pitchfork". pitchfork.com. Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ "Brockhampton Turn Blue in 'Star' Video - XXL". XXL Mag. Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ Nyren, Erin (8 May 2017). "TV News Roundup: Viceland Announces Premiere Dates for Summer Slate". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ "Watch The Trailer For Kevin Abstract's American Boyband TV Show". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ "Watch the Intimate Video for Brockhampton's Touching New Song "Lamb"". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ a b "Brockhampton - SATURATION [Album Stream]". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ "BROCKHAMPTON 'Saturation' Cheat Code Album Review". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ kevin. "our second album. next month.pic.twitter.com/CShMsYZ3d3". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ "Brockhampton Preview 'Saturation II' With Video for New Song "GUMMY"". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ "Brockhampton Share Video For "Swamp"". Retrieved 3 December 2017.  ^ BROCKHAMPTON (2017-08-15). "pic.twitter.com/CJ98JTXAdO". @brckhmptn. Retrieved 2017-08-16.  ^ "SATURATION IS A TRILOGY". 2017-08-22. Retrieved 2017-08-22.  ^ "dumbass boyfriend on Twitter: "all will be available in a box set before the year is over"". 2017-09-14. Retrieved 2017-09-16.  ^ Skelton, Eric. "Brockhampton Explain Their "Last Studio Album" Statement". Pigeons & Planes. Retrieved December 14, 2017.  ^ Darville, Jordan. "Brockhampton announces "last studio album," shares release date". The Fader. Retrieved December 3, 2017.  ^ Tiffany, Kaitlyn. Boy Band of the Future. The Verge. January 25, 2018. v t e Brockhampton Kevin Abstract Ameer Vann Merlyn Wood Dom McLennon Matt Champion Joba Bearface Romil Hemnani Jabari Manwa Kiko Merley HK Ashlan Grey Robert Ontenient Jon Nunes Rodney Tenor Albert Gordon Franklin Mendez Anish Ochani Studio albums Saturation Saturation II Saturation III Mixtapes All-American Trash Singles "Bet I" "Hero" "Dirt" "Cannon" "Face" "Heat" "Gold" "Gummy" "Swamp" "Junky" "Sweet" "Boogie" "Stains" Related articles Discography Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Brockhampton_(band)&oldid=827165685" Categories: 2015 establishments in TexasAmerican boy bandsAmerican hip hop groupsLGBT-themed musical groupsMusical groups from TexasMusical groups established in 2015Hidden categories: Articles with hCards


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