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Brockhampton Isn’t Quite Ready to Say Good-bye
Brockhampton Isn’t Quite Ready to Say Good-bye,Brockhampton announced a new album, ‘TM,’ to be released after their final album, ‘The Family.’ ‘TM’ is out November 18 and was produced by Matt Champion. It comes after ‘The Family’ featured only Kevin Abstract, Romil Hemnani, and Bearface.

Brockhampton Isn’t Quite Ready to Say Good-bye

It really is so hard to say good-bye — so Brockhampton is taking their time. After performing their final shows at Coachella earlier this year, the hip-hop collective announced they would release one more album, later announced as The Family, which came out November 17. And with its release, Brockhampton teased another final album, TM, which the group released the next day. Now the band’s actual farewell will take place tomorrow, with a show at Los Angeles’s Fonda Theatre. The performance will stream November 19 on Amazon Music beginning at 8 p.m. PT, and first-come, first-served tickets will be available at the Fonda beginning at 4 p.m. that day.

<p>A press release explained that TM began during sessions in Ojai, California, in early 2021 but was not finished at the time. Member Matt Champion later completed the album as executive producer. The Family was recorded later in 2022, making it the group’s official final album, just not the last one we’ll hear from them.</p>  <p>Most of Brockhampton seems to be involved with TM, with performances by Champion, Kevin Abstract, Dom McLennon, Merlyn Wood, Jabari Manwa, and Joba, along with frequent collaborator Ryan Beatty. That should be satisfying for fans after The Family, which was a collaboration between only rapper Abstract and producers Bearface and Romil Hemnani; multiple times on the album, Abstract implies that the band had been fighting and that they recorded The Family to satisfy their label contract. In a note to fans, Abstract called The Family “closure.” “I understand that some of the fans are upset that no one is on the album but me,” he wrote. “Over the past few years, the members of the band began to move our separate ways, and focus on our inpidual careers and passions.” Time to get more tissues ready and hear one last verse from your fave.</p> <h2>Related</h2> <ul>  <li>  </li> </ul>