Separately, Danny Brown and Action Bronson are two of Hip-Hop’s most entertaining figures. One can only imagine the hi-jinks the two would get into if they united as one. Fortunately, we’ll get to see that scenario come to fruition this fall when the pair head out on “2 High 2 Die” tour September 8.
Now this is brilliant. Cameras were rolling as the always entertaining Action Bronson took his talents to St. Hilda’s — a nursing home in the United Kingdom — for an impromptu performance.
Action Bronson is having a better year than most of your favorite MCs. And did we mention that his music’s been top notched, too? Last night, the Queens native returned with a new track called “Water Sports.”
After giving fans an EP of heaters with Saab Stories, Action Bronson and Harry Fraud return with a left over track for your listening pleasure called “Heel Toe.”
Let the Internets tell it, Action Bronson and Harry Fraud have a certified heater on their hands with Saab Stories. Is that really surprising, though? The Queens MC has been on top of his game and has only gotten better since releasing Rare Chandeliers in 2012.
Action Bronson and Harry Fraud released their collaborative EP Saab Stories today. After a few early listens, the closing track, “Seven Series Triplets,” is a standout in the bunch. Credit that, in part, to its legendary features, Prodigy and Raewkon.
Action Bronson is nice. Not saying this is up for debate, but the Queens spitter’s recent appearance on the Funkmaster Flex show should quiet all that question his prowess as a MC.
Action Bronson kept it Queens, New York through and through on the remix for “Strictly For My Jeeps.” He went as far as to grab feature verses from Lloyd Banks (Southside Jamaica) and more surprisingly LL Cool J (Hollis) so you know it’s real.
Queens rapper Action Bronson clearly gives no fux about political correctness or Hip-Hop feminists. This is the conclusion after peeping the album cover artwork for the MC’s forthcoming Saab Stories project.
Action Bronson returns with his brand of metaphor and wit on a new track inspired by EPMD’s “Rampage.” DJ Enuff exclusively premiered the record, titled “Strictly 4 My Jeeps,” which borrows the drum break from the Business As Usual classic.