BET continues to build up the anticipation for the 2013 Hip Hop Awards as they continue to deliver teasers and this time in comes in the form of an Action Bronson bonus cypher clip. Watch as the charismatic rapper and former chef plays to the camera drops bars from his upbeat single “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” which is featured on his collaborative project Saaab Stories with producer Harry Fraud.
Noisey catches up with Action Bronson as he recently visited St. Hilda’s East Community Centre in London to give a special performance of “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” for the old folks. Not only is this hilarious but it’s great to see that Action doesn’t take himself too serious and knows how to have fun. Watch as the residents of the nursing home try and make sense of what’s happening and afterwards are asked to weigh in on Action’s performance and share their opinions of Hip Hop.
Action Bronson took over Santos Party House last night in New York. The food connoisseur and emcee celebrated his recent collaborative project Saaab Stories with producer Harry Fraud. Peter Rosenberg was also in attendance to help kick things off as he set the stage and introduced Bam Bam to the people. Take a look at the video above to see how it all went down. Check out the additional footage below to see Action perform “2 Virgins”, “Strictly 4 My Jeeps”, “The Rockers”, “9-24-11”, his verse from “Nana” and “Bird On A Wire”.
While performing to a sold out crowd at Scala in London, Danny Brown shakes things up by surprising the already amped up crowd and bringing out Action Bronson to perform his hit “Strictly 4 My Jeeps”. Watch as Bam Bam embraces the crowd and gives a dope performance while Danny Brown loses his mind in the background.
Bronsolini sits down with DJ Whoo Kid for a humorous one on one interview. The two discuss a number of topics which include Action’s desire to stand out, his recent “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” video and the infamous cameo from an odd heavy set woman, his collaborative EP Saaa Stories with producer Harry Fraud and randomly meeting Whoo Kid outside of a Starbucks in New York. As the interview proceeds, Action and Whoo Kid also address the interweb talks around the similarities of his vocals/style to Wu-Tang member Ghostface Killah, the potential of a future collaboration with Eminem, how his relationship and collab with Wiz Khalifa began very organically and genuinely, what he thinks about artist RiFF RaFF and the new frustrations that come with now being a signed artist.
Action Bronson drops off the new “Queens Day” (Remix) of his latest single “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” which also includes LL Cool J and Lloyd Banks. Be sure to take a listen below for the official CD quality and explicit version of the record courtesy of Action’s soundcloud page. LL kicks things off right and comes out swingin’ to remind you he “murders these mics”.