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.
Alchemist and Budgie are joining forces again to drop the sequel to The Good Book appropriately titled The Good Book Vol. 2. There’s already a ridiculous guest list featuring the likes of Mobb Deep, Royce 5’9, Westside Gunn & Conway, Mach Hommy, Meyhem Lauren, Durag Dynasty, Big Twins, Action Bronson, Big Body Bes, Your Old Droog, Evidence, Olivier The 2nd, Jeremiah Jae, Buddy, Emmavie, Chris O’Bannon, Joyce Wright, Jay Worthy, Traffic, Dreebo, Sulaiman, Nyku, Remy Banks, Chuck Inglish, Nasty Nigel and Joyce Wrice. But first, Our Boy Al drops the Big Body Bes and Action Bronson assisted “Brother Jedidiah”
When Action Bronson isn’t acting, he’s doing something special with food. Whether cooking or eating it, Bronson is a food aficionado. Bam Bam dropped by Late Night With Seth Myers and showed off his cooking skills by demonstrating how to make a “loose” black truffle burger before making it rain with a white truffle for dessert.
Some new Action Bronson to ring in 2017 as Bam Bam goes in over Harry Fraud production on “Dealer Plates.”
Action Bronson has an insatiable thirst for natural wine, and some of his favorites, like Susucaru, are made by Frank Cornelissen, a winemaker from the Northern valley of Mount Etna in Sicily.
Action and Frank test some of his favorite wines in the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen along with Justin Chearno, wine director of The Four Horsemen, a wine-focused restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
When Action Bronson isn’t eating across the globe, getting high and watching aliens or cooking with Rachel Ray, he’s making dope music. Bam Bam and Big Body Bes drop the video for “Durag Vs. Headband” as a reminder that he’s a rapper first.