See BROCKHAMPTON's Video for New Song, '1999 WILDFIRE'

cropped in -- without Ameer
Ashlan Grey
Brockhampton

<a href="/music/brockhampton">BROCKHAMPTON</a> continued to tease their forthcoming album on their new Beats One Radio show, <a href="/articles/columns/hip-hop/8464192/brockhampton-announce-apple-1-radio-show-things-we-lost-in-the-fire">Things We Lost in the Fire Radio</a>.

As the hip-hop boy band wrapped up the show's first episode Friday night (July 6), they previewed the bouncy "1999 WILDFIRE," set to appear on the best years of our lives.

The track features Atlanta producer and rapper <a href="/music/Jazze-Pha">Jazze Pha</a>, with a Kevin Abstract-directed video filled with very close shots of each member's faces. Watch below:

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A few weeks ago, they shared the somber new song <a href="/articles/columns/pop/8462063/tonight-show-brockhampton-perform-tonya">"Tonya"</a> during their appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

The group promised their radio show will feature a new song on each episode, alongside their favorite tracks, skits and more.

Their follow-up to December 2017's SATURATION III will be their debut release on RCA, and their first album since founding member <a href="/articles/news/8458030/brockhampton-kick-out-ameer-vann-cancel-tour">Ameer Vann</a> was kicked out of the group after being accused of sexual misconduct and abuse by multiple women.