After releasing his second solo album in bits and items, Brockhampton chief Kevin Summary lastly launched the entire thing late Wednesday evening. Arizona Baby, that includes each of the three-song tasks he beforehand launched because the Arizona Baby single and Ghettobaby EP, is an 11-song album that features the three singles, “Big Wheels,” “Baby Boy,” and “Peach,” and is co-produced largely by indie rock star Jack Antonoff.
In explaining why he determined to launch Arizona Child relatively than specializing in the follow-up to Brockhampton’s 2018 album Iridescence, Summary admitted that the songs he’d been writing recently felt too private and didn’t go well with the group vibe that often accompanies Brockhampton’s extra raucous tasks. He did, nevertheless, promise that now that Arizona Child has been accomplished, he’s centered on the following Brockhampton album after explaining that the group simply “ain’t spending 10 days on albums” anymore.
He’s additionally, in typical Kevin Summary trend, replying to followers’ enthusiastic responses to the album on-line together with his often susceptible mixture of sincerity and humor, earnestly thanking all listeners for checking it out and proclaiming that he “Put my soul into this album and I ain’t really tripping bout streams or sales as much as I was with the last bh record. I was just making something out of survival,” earlier than concluding, “If you identify with my truth or any of the shit I’m saying and u listen the work – thank u I mean that sincerely.”
Hearken to Arizona Child above and get it here.