When you get these two jesters out for a party, something crazy’s bound to happen right?! Frequent partners Bronson and Jody Highroller pack their images with decadence and obliviousness. For every wild night, there’s a memory (or so they flaunt). Check the song after the jump.
Action plays West-bound outlaw in his biker savage “Easy Rider.” It preens and wanders like Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas over early Wu Tang flows. This is truly his best video, which is hard to say given how creative joints like “Strictly For My Jeeps” are in video form. Check the Harley brigade after the jump.
Bronson is like the young uncle or cousin you had who was old enough for you to show some respect but young enough to ask for advice on blunt rolling, girls and sneaker fashion. He sits with Ebro to explain his new single “Easy Rider” and his love of gourmet. Video after the jump.
In this tribute to a fading star, Spike Lee, Jay Z, Action Bronson, Skylar Diggins and more tip their hats to New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter. It’s a slow spot without being somber. And New York figures past and present make appearances. Video after the jump.
Action Bronson takes some fans along for a bright shining adventure in London during his Blue Chips II Tour. Some great performance footage here of the Bronso-saurus in his full shirtless glory.
A$ton Matthews releases his much anticipated A$ton 3:16 project, which includes features from Joey Fatts, Action Bronson, A$AP Ferg, Flatbush ZOMBiES, and more. Tracklist and stream after the jump. Read More
Here’s one of the craziest productions we’ve heard this month. Alchemist hooks up with Budgie for the first release off their upcoming The Good Book project, which chops up a sample of Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones” and features verses from Action Bronson and A$ton Matthews. Read More
LBC’s A$ton Matthews gets some hot production from V-Don and guest verses from Bronson and the Flatbush Zombies on his latest release, “TLC.” This will likely live on A$ton’s upcoming A$ton 3:16 tape. Read More
Is NY rap really as dead as everyone proclaimed? Roc Marci and Bronsolino have been appearing on great work throughout the year, as well as putting out their own formidable projects. Here they team up for the former’s latest album Marci Beacoup.