While we continue to lose rappers by the week one MC is staying alive. On the low Action Bronson has lost a whole human in nine months.

adidas continues to come for that number one spot and the creativity they’re displaying on their quest to the top of the mountain doesn’t cease to amaze us.

Action Bronson continues his dominance in fields of media with his fourth Viceland show, The Untitled Action Bronson Show, coming to late night this month.

Action Bronson has become the latest rapper in a long line of rappers who are now upset with their label situation. A few days ago the burly Queens rapper took to his Twitter account to demand that his latest project see the light of day.

The birds in the trap sing a different tune today. Credit that to Atlanta’s own Gucci Mane as he connects with Travi$ Scott on a new track titled “Last Time.”

Early reviews of Suicide Squad rate the flick as tepid at best. As the word awaits its grand unveiling on Friday (August 5), a track from the official soundtrack hits the Internets today.

Action Bronson‘s Vice series F*ck, That’s Delicious has taken much of his time. But he managed to find a moment to record a track called “Mr. 2 Face” while traveling the world with his day one homies (including fellow Queens rapper Meyhem Lauren) and eating decadent cuisine.

Action Bronson was slated to perform this weekend at an event at George Washington University until uproar over his lyrics morphed into a petition which got him dropped from the lineup. Bronson took to Facebook to issue a public apology to his fans and to clear the air behind the intent of his lyrics.

Pro Era’s Joey Bada$$ and producer Statik Selektah have created their fair share of audible jewels, and yesterday they returned with a new on titled “Ready.”

Action Bronson’s 2015 was rather quiet after he dropped Mr. Wonderful back in March, besides getting on the wrong side of Ghostface Killah and the Wu-Tang Clan in June. The Queens rapper took to Twitter to reveal he’ll be dropping a new project in early 2016. 

Pusha T places emphasis on his rhymes, per usual, with “M.F.T.R.,” the latest release from his upcoming album Darkest Before Dawn.

Action Bronson’s food reality show F**k, That’s Delicious could very well be the death of him if he’s not careful. The Mr. Wonderful MC reportedly had a near-death experience in Alaska while filming that caused him to be hospitalized and to undergo emergency surgery.