Action Bronson took some time out of his busy schedule to rap with social media wiz/jack-of-all-trades Elliot Wilson of Rap Radar on his Life + Times series The Truth about his — umm… energetic?– stage antics, backstory and his upcoming major label debut Mr. Wonderful. Speaking as candidly as we’ve ever seen, Bronson breaks down how his stage show is essentially an attempt to start a dialogue with his audience and engage them in the madness of his shows. He touched a bit on his glory days of working in kitchens and how his jet-setting life was but a dream.
They then took to a small spot in Bronson’s home borough of Queen to discuss the new album, explaining that the name has less to do with Paul Orndorff‘s legacy and more to do with his own, as his mother used to call him that when he was acting up as a child. As always, Wilson stays out of the way and allows Bronsolinio to really go in and put his feet up to boot. You can watch their chat below, but if you need a reminder as to how wild things get up on the bandstand, peep Bronson’s impressive belly flop from The Roots Picnic a few weeks back. We’ll have more on Mr. Wonderful soon.