Action Bronson put himself in a can’t win situation, but his beard is safe. After Ghostface Killah verbally thrashed him today for what he felt was a slick talked slight on ESPN, the Queens rapper took to Twitter to apologize.
Action Bronson infamously said Ghostface Killah is “not rapping like this no more” on ESPN, which many people took as a shot at the Wu-Tang Clan rapper. Bronson backtracked on his comments, but nevetheless now Ghost Deini has aired out the Queens rapper on video.
There’s rules to the beard life, and Action Bronson has the manual in this new clip from NYLON Magazine.
What’s an Action Bronson show without him chastising, or better (or worse, depending on who you ask) molly-whopping a fan?
Whether the Hip-Hop community at large is paying attention or not, Action Bronson is now the people’s champion in Rap. He discussed this and more during his most recent visit to The Breakfast Club.
Action Bronson drops the official video for the Noah “40″ Shebib produced burner “Actin Crazy.”
Action Bronson seasons a nifty the Alchemist beat with his bars on “Big League Chew.” What more do you need to know?
Action Bronson isn’t your typical rapper; actually he purposely avoids the stereotypes that come with the profession. The Queens MC discusses this and much more during his first visit to The Breakfast Club.
Action Bronson was an adept gourmet chef in his former life and the Flushing, Queens rapper is renown for inserting various cooking metaphors in nearly all his raps (i.e. 2011’s Well-Done). So it’s with great delight he’s finally found someone to pay him to star in his own cooking series, which would be Vice via […]
The amalgamation of music genres that is the Mad Decent Block Party is set to return in 2014, and this year’s may be the best yet. This year’s festival dons a phenomenal lineup that’s headlined by none other than Outkast.
It’s never a dull moment when Action Bronson is on the screen. That holds true in episode three of the rapper’s Adventure Time series.
Chuck Inglish is gearing up to release his upcoming Convertibles album on April 8. In advance of the project hitting retailers, one half of The Cool Kids debuted the final single, “Gametime,” featuring fellow MC and friend Action Bronson.