After releasing “Tonya” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last month, Brockhampton are back again with yet another melancholic track.
“1999 Wildfire,” premiered on the boyband’s Beats 1 show, is the second single off their upcoming record, the best years of our lives. Featuring a slick 2000s-inspired R&B beat with a hint of Outkast, the track hears the group looking back on their road to fame and taking jabs at all their doubters.
“Just a group of outcasts with a glint of hope / Well, now we’re eating grapes and the finest cheese / Achieving wisdom from wizards we were tryna be,” Joba raps on his verse.
Check out the accompanying Kevin Abstract-directed music video below: