Action Bronson continues to set the stage for Only For Dolphins with “Mongolia.” With Meyhem Lauren and Hologram by his side, Bam Bam rocks over the Mediterranean production as the trio blasts off in the only way they know how. And it’s full of colorful rhymes.
On September 25, Action Bronson will formally return to the game with Only for Dolphins. Following the release of “Latin Grammys,” Bam Bam gives us another offering with “Golden Eye.”
It’s been a while since we last heard from Action Bronson. But Bam Bam is back on the scene with his zany sense of humor with his video for “Latin Grammys.” Bronson enters a World’s Strongest Man competition (not really) in this retro style video. What does it have to do with the Latin Grammys? Nothing. Nothing at all.
Action Bronson smooths it out over some silky Knxwledge production on “Prince Charming” for the second release from Bam Bam’s forthcoming White Bronco album.
Would you look at that? A new video from Action Bronson for the title track from his upcoming White Bronco album. Directed by Rik Cordero, “White Bronco” gets a set of trippy visuals for you to vibe out to over the Daringer and SVU produced track.
Roc Marciano celebrates the release of his RR2: The Bitter Dose album by dropping a double feature video for “The Sauce” and the Action Bronson assisted “Corniche.”
Bam Bam is taking his show on the road as the big bellied emcee just announced the dates for his Blue Chips 7000 tour. It all starts in Dallas, TX on October 5th and currently wraps up in Worcester, MA on December 3rd. More dates will be added so make sure to cop your tickets here.
Action Bronson drops by Sway in the Morning to chat it up with Heather B and Sway about putting his Blue Chips series to bed, his new cookbook, working with Rick Ross and all the damn shows he has.
After spending the last few years mostly focused on his television career, Action Bronson is getting back into music with the upcoming release of his Blue Chips 7000 project. The Queens rapper recently released his single “The Chairman’s Intent,” which has racked up more than half-a-million views on YouTube since it dropped in late July. The track is produced by his longtime collaborator Harry Fraud, who also handled the entirety of Bronson’s Saab Stories EP in 2013. As usual, the song is full of food references, including a line about him applauding for a chef at a restaurant.
Two years ago, Action Bronson was approached backstage at his Paris concert by a fan who just happened to be Clovis Ochin, the top natural wine distributor in Paris. Although Bronson has been back to Paris several times since their first encounter those two nights in September, this was the first time that cameras were present to capture the magic.
In the first installment of From Paris with Love, Action and Clovis visit YARD, La Buvette, and Le Servan to sample all of the latest gastronomic offerings from these wonderful restaurants—and, of course, drink lots of natural wine.