Action Bronson’s epic verse on the very epic Rap Monument (coproduced by the beat wizard Hudson Mohawke, Nick Hook and S-Type).
In this nocturnal edition of Fuck, That’s Delicious, Action Bronson shows us some of his favorite late-night go-to’s for midnight snacking. From the most Northern parts of Queens to Washington Heights, the FTD audience will get a well-curated tour of New York City’s lesser-known after-dark eateries. We also get a chance to see Mr. Wonderful flex his culinary prowess while whipping up an ice cream sundae comprised of ingredients sourced solely from the Lower East Side. Getting around to all of these special places on the fly was no easy feat, so we enlisted super-cabbie Charlie to help us get the job done.
The title says it all. Why did this happen? Who cares! Just thank The Eric Andre Show for this genius idea.
“Three cities. Thirty rappers. One Track. The Rap Monument. Coming soon,” is what Noisey boasts with this teaser trailer that features Action Bronson, Raekwon, Killer Mike, Pusha T and more. Check out the trailer and wait patiently for the full song.
Action Bronson doing what he does best (aside from rapping) on a new episode of “Fuck, That’s Delicious.”
Action Bronson has done it again. In this episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious, we have succeeded in capturing the most dynamic eating streak in recent gastronomic history.
We begin our journey as Action is leaving the world’s number one restaurant—Copenhagen’s Noma—and don’t stop until we hit Chicago’s Weiner Circle with Riff Raff. Along the way, we hit up a private barbecue at Amass, enjoy a private meal cheffed by Lee Tiernan, plow through the whole menu at Hot Doug’s, and share some prime cuts with Coach Ditka.
Chicago producer A Villa puts together yet another lineup of dope emcees for the song “Live At The Villa.” But the question we want to know is: “Who killed it?”
Action Bronson and his appetite head down to New Orleans for the latest episode of “F*ck, that’s delicious.” In between touring and recording his new album, Bronson hit the Big Easy to chow down on some good food and soak in the southern blues scene. Bam Bam zeroed in on the finest fried chicken at Willie Mae’s Scotch House, the best sandwiches at Coquette, late night fare at Mimi’s and a cooking lesson from the most dynamic chef in the city, Isaac Toups, of Toups’ Meatery.