The boy band/rap collective Abstract heads up generated a ton of a attention when they released three full-length albums in the span of a year, following that trilogy up with their major label debut Iridescence. Given their (relatively) long silence since and Abstract's surprise drop of a solo project called ARIZONA Baby this week, fans began to question if the group was over and done with.
Abstract stated plainly that Brockhampton are still a going concern, telling fans that they are merely taking their time on the next project.
"BROCKHAMPTON IS NOT BREAKING UP THE NEW MUSIC SOUNDS GOOD AS HELL," Abstract wrote on Twitter. "WE JUST NOT SPENDING 10 DAYS ON ALBUMS NO MORE."
Abstract added that people shouldn't read in to his solo work or his decision to work with producers outside of the group.
He added that fans can expect a lot more solo work in the coming days, so they should get comfortable with hearing releases from Abstract while Brockhampton is still a functioning group.
Abstract also pointed out that ARIZONA Baby is a full-length album. While it's been widely regarded as an EP due to its length, the rapper said he was merely rolling out the full album gradually to avoid people skimming over his work.