The Queens rapper delivers a playful new cut from his long-delayed Blue Chips 7000 project
Action Bronson hasn’t exactly been in peak rapping form for a minute. His various VICELAND pursuits have made him a small screen star, but he’s yet to deliver a follow-up to his 2015 debut album, Mr. Wonderful.
The long-rumored and delayed Blue Chips 7000 has been on the horizon, but today Bronson to delivers the first signal of its actual arrival, premiering the new Harry Fraud-produced single “Let Me Breathe” on Zane Lowe‘s Beats 1 program. It marks Bronson’s first release since “Durag vs. Headband,” a track produced by Knxwledge, who was prominently featured on the Ancient Aliens series, along with Alchemist and the best hype man in the game, Big Body Bes. No details on the album have been revealed just yet, but with some of hip-hop’s best beatsmiths lining his inner circle, Bronson’s next outing could be his best yet.
Hear “Let Me Breathe” below and scroll on to peep Action Bronson’s summer touring schedule.
Aug 10-11 @ Golden Gate Park – San Francisco, CA
Sep 14 @ Douglas Park – Chicago, IL
Sep 15 @ Citi Field – Flushing, NY