Brockhampton Drop Another Kevin Abstract-Directed Video for "New Orleans"

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Brockhampton continue to drop videos in support of their latest studio album, Iridescence. Following this week’s delivery of the clip for “San Marcos,” the group reconnect for another new visual in support of Iridescence cut “New Orleans.” Like the previous “San Marcos” video, the “New Orleans” visual also finds group-leader Kevin Abstract taking over directorial duties and once again showcases an Australian locale.

“Said n*gga brother, n*gga brother, what you living for? / Is you gon’ finish what you started? What you quitting for?” raps Dom McLennon. “They told me God gave me a mission, but I’m missing the supplies to complete it / I ain’t the one you should read in, I’m used to being defeated / So n*gga, brother who you standing with? / I’m independent ’cause these parties never planned for this.”

You can check out the video for Brockhampton’s “New Orleans” above.

For more, check out Brockhampton’s previous video for “J’Ouvert.”

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