Brockhampton’s one-of-a-kind approach to music shines through their videos in a way you just can’t ignore. They’re raw, they’re fun, and they’re shot full guerilla-style. Here are Brockhampton’s five funniest music videos – complete with t-rex’s, alpacas, go-karts, and cross dressing Merlyns.
Album: SATURATION I
For many, “GOLD” was the first video from Brockhampton they ever saw. It’s hard to forget. The “GOLD” music video embraces absurdity to the maximum. We have Matt Champion dressed as a box, Ameer in a batman costume, and Dom McLennon in some seriously sassy shades. Merlyn Wood splits his time between a bathrobe and a blonde wig. Combine all this with the bad graphics straight out of the 90’s and a U-Haul truck, and you have an instant classic.
Album: SATURATION II
In the “GUMMY” music video, the guys rob a bank in go-karts. Kevin Abstract, Merlyn, Dom, and Ameer pop out of the sunroof of a moving car for their verses. Ever seen a grown man in his underwear get sweet on an alpaca? And we can’t just pretend those sumo suits didn’t happen.
Album: SATURATION I
The video for “STAR” is weird from the very get-go, with everyone flopping around like Magikarp on the pavement in the very first shot. We get to see Dom bench press a giant pencil, Ameer drive a golf cart dressed as a fruit, and cross-dressing Merlyn makes another appearance. But the supremely strange transition at the end of the “STAR” music video gets me laughing every time. Weirdos.
Album: SATURATION III
Brockhampton grabs your attention at the very beginning of the “BOOGIE” music video with Merlyn chugging straight out of the faucet of a slushie machine. It only gets wilder from there. The vast majority of the video take place in a 7 Eleven – I wonder how much they paid the owner to be able to pull shit like this? Watch through to the end for a raunchy shower scene.
Album: None / Unreleased
The simplicity of the “FOLLOW” music video makes it a sharp comedic contrast to Brockhampton’s other videos on this list. Kevin Abstract’s chicken legs, whitey tighties, and twerkfest in the mirror are hilarious. Despite the laughs, the “FOLLOW” video isn’t so overwhelmingly visual that you forget to listen to the song – a nice change of pace from the rest of this list.