Now BROCKHAMPTON does admittedly lose focus when it comes to consistency here. Reverting to a similar problem they had on the first ‘SATURATION,’ many of the songs on the third feel like individual experiences as opposed to a collection of songs forming a bigger project, something they hit out of the park with ‘SATURATION II.’ The Roberto skits also don’t blend as well as they did on the second installment. Still, the only real mediocre song here is “HOTTIE.” Everything else ranges from good to amazing.
While it is a step down from the the second album, ‘SATURATION III’ offers the most fun between the three. It’s simply a good time and serves as an appropriate ending to BROCKHAMPTON’s stellar year in 2017.