Action Bronson Begins A Freestyle Over Rick Ross’ The Devil is a Lie Then Goes Acapella (Video)

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Action Bronson appeared on HOT 97’s morning show. After fielding some personal questions regarding his family and discussing his new psychedelic single, “Easy Rider,” Bam Bam eventually stands on the horizon of being beckoned for bars.

Asked to freestyle, Bronson is fed Rick Ross’ instrumental to “The Devil Is A Lie” (14:10). Throwing his chewing gum on the floor and howling into the mic without a care, Action appears to come off the dome. When the beat stops, the VICE/Atlantic Records artist calls for another, instead taking silence, where he freaks an a capella verse.

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