Action Bronson hangs out with Rachael Ray in the kitchen, talking about his show on Viceland and making his Explosive Crispy Chicken.
Action Bronson’s love for food has been well documented. However, when Bam Bam appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” he detailed his best meal. In Asia, Bronson ate a meal that consisted of a baby turtle and smoked rattlesnake. Yeah…
If you haven’t watched Action Bronson’s VICE show where he gets high with the homies and watches “Ancient Aliens” titled “Traveling The Stars,” you’re missing out. It’s goofy as hell. But what isn’t goofy is the theme song that Bam Bam recorded with Alchemist “Descendant of the Stars.”
Action Bronson and Big Body Bes get really, really, really high and freestyle with Melissa Etheridge while watching Ancient Aliens on their Vice show.
A behind-the-scenes look at VICELAND’s Traveling the Stars: Action Bronson and Friends Watch Ancient Aliens, we interview the rapper/chef/TV personality and self-proclaimed alienologist Action Bronson, along with the show’s guests and members of the production team, exploring the origin of the show, Bronson’s backstory with aliens, the show’s visual deep dream and 360 aesthetic, examining the methods in the madness of producing a TV show about watching TV while high.
ACTION BRONSON, SCHOOLBOY Q & EARL SWEATSHIRT WATCH ‘ANCIENT ALIENS’ WHILE REALLY, REALLY, REALLY HIGH
Action Bronson dabs with special guests Schoolboy Q and Earl Sweatshirt to theorize that dinosaurs were selectively killed off by Ancient Aliens.
In between touring, filming “F*ck, That’s Delicious” and recording Blue Chips 7000, Action Bronson stops by and talks shop with Zane Lowe. The two discuss a plethora of subjects ranging from his upcoming Blue Chips project to eating delicious food for a living.
Bam Bam gets busy alongside Meyhem Lauren and Jah Tiger on “Mr. Two Face” off of his Blue Chips 7000 project.
Action Bronson brought his chef hat with him to the Seth Meyers show to promote “F*ck, That’s Delicious.” Bam Bam grilled some octopus, talked about his Blue Chips 7000 project and some other stuff.
Meyhem and Action connect for this cut off of Meyhem’s Piatto D’Oro. As you can expect, the culinary references are intact as the first half of the song samples DJ Shadow’s “Six Days” while the second half is produced by A-Villa.