Casual rap fans might rec– Art & Style editor ognize the Queens-based
and is in his role as an enter- tainer full of imagination. His lyrics are so over the top, so detached, they create an enter- taining distraction from one’s brain.
Bronson’s storytelling is clearly tasteful, yet its intense detail allowing the listener to visualize his world, creating a
reality portrayal of street life found on so many of his rap records.
You may look at him and think wow, how can this guy be a rapper. However, hip- hop is paying attention. Wiz Khalifa, Curren$y, LL Cool J, Lloyd Banks and Styles P are some prominent rappers who
have been featured on Bronson tracks within the last year. Blue Chips 2, his latest release, fea– tures guest verses from unde– ground stars like Ab-Soul and Mac Miller, further solidifying Bronson’s credibility as a rap- per.
His commitment to his well-strategic persona is full of
braggadocio. Bronson has the natural ability and originality to back up his boasts of grass- ness, I mean greatness. Talented rappers are a dime a dozen, but this guy injects humor into ste– reotypical rap content.
Don’t sleep on Action Bron– son, he’s become one of your favorite rappers favorite rapper.
Think of a highly stoned, deeply weird, very food-ob– sessed person. Meet Action Bronson, he wants you, us, the listeners, to hold a strong grasp on the music styles that make him who he is sonically.
emcee from his verse on “1 Train,” the A$AP Rocky pos– se cut that features Bronson rapping about fixing college football games and comparing a woman to a Chilean horse. That’s those J’s talking.
Bronson shines as an artist