Merlyn Wood “Flip Mo” ft. Dom McLennon
The boys are back in town...to pop off
When you see or hear anything new from the Brockhampton camp, expect a riot of some sort to ensue nearby. Fights might break out, cursing will probably abound, and almost everyone passing by will be disgusted. The creative collective force is about to set off the biggest riot of them all with their impending mixtape, All-American Trash, out March 30. And the first punch has been thrown: Merlyn Wood’s “Flip Mo.”
The video, directed by fellow Brockhampton member Kevin Abstract, is a collection of loosely related scenes. The common thread? Abrasiveness. It starts out with an unruly fast food restaurant employee, moves to an aggressive make out session, to a rowdy diner, and then ends with a bare-knuckle fight. The production from JOBA is darker than midnight, while Merlyn and Dom finesse their way above the rest of the game, Merlyn dropping out of school to flip some weight and Dom refining his raps similar to a dealer perfecting the sale.
According to a tweet from Kevin Abstract, you can expect a slew of releases from Brockhampton that show complete confidence in their artists, similar to TDE’s release schedule for 2016:
all american trash
they shoot horses
— kevin abstract (@kevinabstract) March 26, 2016