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Music / March 25, 2021

Brockhampton and Danny Brown get weird in ‘Buzzcut’

Brockhampton CREDIT: Conor Cunningham
Music / March 25, 2021

Brockhampton and Danny Brown get weird in ‘Buzzcut’

Words: Dylan Murphy

The twisted new video sees the Detroit spitter turn into a goblin and lands ahead of Brockhampton’s new album Roadrunner.

All-American boyband Brockhampton have ditched the TikTok friendly sounds of Ginger in favour of distorted instrumentation and mind-bending aesthetics on their new single ‘Buzzcut’.

Who better to join them on their wacky new joint than Detroit’s resident weirdo Danny Brown.

Their first official release since 2019’s Ginger, the video feels like a post-internet DMT trip, whilst the song itself featured thumping production and visceral delivery from frontman Kevin Abstract.

Watch the video for ‘Buzzcut’ below:

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