Jahlil Beats jumps on the decks and hosts the first cypher from the 2013 XXL Freshman series featuring Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$, Ab-Soul & Travi$ Scott.
This time last year I was here talking about wanting to see Detox in 2012. One year later, I’m still at it after-mathematics. Although, Detox is probably the album I’m anticipating the most, this year still has lots and lots of dope albums coming out. Weezy F. will try to correct himself after a disappointing effort on Carter IV. J. Cole will try to write in his ballot into the hip-hop hall of fame, and Big Sean will prove to everybody that he’s more than a GOOD rapper. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg, so chill out G. There’s more after the break.
Action Bronson sat down with DJ Semtex to talk about his project Rare Chandeliers, his famous fans including Jonah Hill and his plans for 2013.
The Queens native, Action Bronson, is in the Queen’s backyard doing what he does best – making impressions of Wu-Tang members. Ha! Just kidding. Bronson delivers what we know he’s really good at and thats rapping. AB spat some bars with Tim Westwood in his Crib Session Freestyles.
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Action Bronson recently released a set of visuals for the first single off of his forthcoming Rare Chandeliers mixtape. The cut is called “The Symbol,” and the video was directed by Rik Cordero. Action gets his acting on for real in this vid, and his performance is pretty hilarious, donning a platinum blonde wig the whole way through. Read more
Action Bronson has officially inked a deal with Vice Records/Warner Bros. The Queens MC has been buzzing for a while now, so it was only a matter of time before a big label picked him up. Although he’s now in the major leagues, Bronson is promising to stay true to his lyrics.
Vice/Warner Bros.is the label. I promise to never make candy cane bullshit music as long as I live!!!!!!!
— WAXXXYL ROSE (@ActionBronson) August 13, 2012
New Music: Domo Genesis – Elimination Chamber (ft. Earl Sweatshirt, Vince Staples, & Action Bronson)
New East Coast vs. West Coast battle? I think so, but on a more creative way. New York natives, Action Bronson & The Alchemist, mash up with West Coast natives, Domo Genesis, Vince Staples, and Earl Sweatshirt for a dope track. This record must not be passed on. The collaboration for this song appears to have a chemistry of out of the ordinary.
Check out the track. Whats your thoughts?
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Action Bronson spent a day selling ice cream in New York. “Moving that white…getting that cream,” he described it. After a long day of hard work, Bronson took a break to talk about upcoming projects and freestyle over the ice cream truck jingle.
Wait, so Action is just some small dude on bath salts? Whatever the answer is, this Rik-Cordero-directed music video off Blue Chips is entertaining. Damn, he ate that dude’s face.
Action Bronson also participated in this years Bamboozle festival. Fuse was on hand for an “intimate” interview. Action spoke about the grossest thing he’s ever eaten, taking bubble baths, and stealing his friend’s girlfriend.