Action Bronson Stands Up To Get His Album Released & Flex On A Freestyle (Video)

Action Bronson stopped by HOT 97 to serve up some fresh freestyle bars for Funkmaster Flex and promote his upcoming project, Blue Chips 7000, which has yet to receive an official release date. Reiterating the sentiment expressed in a frustrated tweet months back, Bronson sets it off the rap with a message for his label, Vice/Atlantic: “Just put my motherf*cking album out, man!

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He proceeds to kick a freestyle over JAY-Z’s “A Million And One Questions” instrumental, literally welcoming himself back to the game from someone else’s perspective. “What up, Mr. Baklava? We haven’t seen you in a while / It’s great to see that smile,” he begins. “Your hair looks wonderful, let me push this chair up under you / The weather’s beautiful, you must’ve brought the sun with you.” Over DJ Premier production, Bam Bam stands up and takes the table mic with him. He warns Flex that he’s unsure how much more he can do this. In this moment, the Queens, New Yorker makes it count.

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Bronson dropped a mockumentary-style video for “Let Me Breathe” two weeks ago, his latest single off Blue Chips 7000. The third in a series of mixtapes, not much is known about the forthcoming installment, besides the fact that it will reportedly be produced by longtime collaborators Party Supplies (who handled the music on the first two), Harry Fraud and Alchemist, and will feature Rick Ross, Meyhem Lauren and more. In the meantime, Bronson’s Funk’ Flex appearance should serve as an appetizer to hold fans over before the main course.