Boy band and hip-hop collective Brockhampton launch into 2021 with ‘BUZZCUT’ , after posting cryptic teasers on socials for the last two months.
The latest teaser came in the form of a video from RZA of Wu-Tang Clan praising the band’s highly anticipated sixth studio album, sending fans into hysteria with his confirmation of a new project.
‘BUZZCUT’ is the first new music since the group released a remix of ‘SUGAR’ featuring pop sensation Dua Lipa and 90s R&B star Jon B, taken from their ARIA #3 album “GINGER”. The new single was produced by the iconic Grammy Award winning Rick Rubin who has previously worked with the likes of Adele, Kanye West, Lana Del Rey, Beastie Boys, Lady Gaga, Run-DMC and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Brockhampton have incredible success globally and in Australia, where they have headlined FOMO Festival (2019) and appeared at FOMO Festival (2018) alongside headline shows at Enmore Theatre and Forum Theatre. Locally they have well over 100M streams across their catalogue and multiple accreditations, including 2x Platinum ‘SUGAR’, Gold ‘1999 WILDFIRE and Gold ‘NO HALO’. When in the country in 2018, they also shot two music videos for ‘NEW ORLEANS’ in Sydney and ‘SAN MARCOS’ in Melbourne.