Waka Flocka Flame‘s dissatisfaction with his label, Atlantic Records, is well known at this point. The boisterous rapper continued his assault on the major label after taking to Twitter and asking his fans to demand the release of his project, Flockaveli 2.
There’s rules to the beard life, and Action Bronson has the manual in this new clip from NYLON Magazine.
Now that Mr. Wonderful is in stores, it only makes sense for Action Bronson to head on tour.
With Mr. Wonderful officially in stores, Action Bronson returned to Hot 97’s Ebro in the Morning Show, where he spoke with Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez.
ESPN’s Highly Questionable is easily the most Hip-Hop savvy show on the sports-centric network. Their latest guest was colorful Queens rapper Action Bronson.
The ball of charisma we know to be Action Bronson (no pun intended) hasn’t delivered a disappointing release in the weeks prior to his Mr. Wonderful album releasing. This trend continues with “Baby Blue,” a Chance The Rapper-assisted record.
A month from now, Action Bronson fans will have the sounds of his long-awaited debut album Mr. Wonderful booming in their speakers. Until then, the rapper builds anticipation with a hilarious teaser trailer in the first edition of #MrWonderfulWednesdays.
Make way for Action Bronson, who returns with a new audible delight called “Terry” from his upcoming debut Mr. Wonderful, due to release March 24.
The wait is almost over. Action Bronson’s long-awaited debut Mr. Wonderful arrives on March 24, and here’s the artwork to prove it.
Talk about keeping up with the joneses. Hustle Gang rapper B.o.B titled his new song “Fleek” after the popular slang term, and accompanies it with a quick visual to boot.
B.o.B is cooking up his fourth studio album, from which he drops a visual for his new single “Not For Long,” featuring Trey Songz.
Hip-Hop Wired is back again with the latest installment of Games Rappers Play. Following conversations with Audio Push and ScHoolboy Q, yours truly sits down with Stalley to discuss his major label debut, Ohio, which released on October 27.
Music videos get shelved for a myriad of reasons, generally stemming from the artist not being happy with the final product.