Brockhampton Takes Over 'Tonight Show' With Magnetic 'District' Performance: Watch

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Brockhampton performs "District" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Oct. 23, 2018.

Brockhampton is not your typical boy band. Performing their Iridescence track "District," the hip-hop group took over The Tonight Show on Tuesday night (Oct. 23) for a forceful performance filled with ferocious bars and infectious spirit.

Backed up by a live band featuring a string section, the sprawling musical collective rocked an energetic act in between flashing lights and dramatic dance moves -- as all six performing members took turns on the mic over the thunderous beat.

Jumping from character to character and capturing distinct vocal and musical perspectives, Brockhampton offered its trademark interwoven vocal structure, with each member adding their personal style -- serving up distinct flows that complemented each other organically as they bounced around the strobe-lit stage.    

Synchronized, the dramatic and high-energy performance featured the boy band's signature verbal acrobatics and their notorious on and off-stage synergy. "It's getting hot, you best just/ Woo! Simmer down, simmer down, simmer down, simmer down/ The effects can't touch this," they shouted together on the chorus.   

The hip-hop boyband consists of vocalists Kevin Abstract, Matt Champion, Merlyn Wood, Dom McLennon, and vocalists/producers Joba and Bearface. Other members include producers Romil Hemnani, Jabari Manwa, Kiko Merley as well as graphic designer Henock "HK" Sileshi, photographer Ashlan Grey, web designer Roberto Ontenient and manager Jon Nunes.   

Watch Brockhampton's "District" performance on Fallon below.