Brockhampton announced now that they were going to an indefinite rest. They canceled all 2022 world tour dates they announced last year. The band representative noted that Brockhampton now has only three live show commitments: the O2 Academy Brixton in London on February 7 and the two weekends at Coachella 2022. “They invite their fans to come and celebrate the end of a season with them at the final performances,” the statement read.
Brockhampton started after the group leader Kevin Abstract posted a note on the KanyeToThe forum asking if anyone wanted to start a band. Originally named Alive Since Forever, the group was later rebranded as Brockhampton. The many members in the collective include vocalists Ameer Vann, Joba, Matt Champion, Meryln Wood, Dom McLennon, and Bearface, as well as producers Romil Hemnani, Jabari Manwa, and Kiko Merley.
In 2017, after the collective moved to Los Angeles, Brockhampton starred in the Viceland series American Boyband and released three albums Saturation sequentially. the Saturation II lens “Gummy“called one of Pitchfork’s”100 Best Songs of 2017. ”
Shortly after signing with RCA in 2018, Vann removed from the group after facing allegations of sexual misconduct. Brockhampton canceled a tour to “regroup” after a sad performance at Boston Calling, and, a month later, they returned the public to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. It was their television debut that night.
Brockhampton returned later that year with a record Iridescence—Their first and only album on go to No. 1 on the Billboard albums chart. In 2019, just a few months after Abstract released the solo album produced by Jack Antonoff Young Arizona, the band was released ginger. Brockhampton’s last album Roadrunner: New Light, New Engine released in 2021. The album features contributions from Danny Brown, A $ AP Rocky, A $ AP Ferg, Charlie Wilson, and Jpegmafia.