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.
What exactly is going on in Action Bronson’s video for “The Chairman’s Intent?” Well, there’s a fight with a guy on fire, hang gliding, clotheslining a motorcyclist and him ducking helicopter fire. That’s a lot packed into this nutty video. What we do know is that Bam Bam will finally drop Blue Chips 7000 on August 25th. Now, enjoy the wacky video and get ready for the full project.
As we wait for the Action Bronson’s Blue Chips 7000 to get a formal release date, Nah Right’s Stan Ipcus delivers a mix of Bam Bam jams to hold you down.
Action Bronson flexed (pun intended) over the instrumental to Jay-Z’s “A Million & One Questions” while appearing on Funkmaster Flex’s show. Oh, he also urged his label to drop Blue Chips 7000.
Action Bronson attempts to teach some old folks how to bust a move in this zany video for “Let Me Breathe.”
Bam Bam Bronson is back at it with the announcement that Blue Chips 7000 will come in late July or early August. While we wait, the bearded emcee drops “Let Me Breathe” produced by Harry Fraud.