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New York singer-songwriter Leaf is currently working on a new EP, titled QueenOfHeart. And while the on-hand collaboration with fellow Empire State artist Action Bronson may not appear on the project, it's a good way for the female act to gain exposure, nonetheless. "Sugar Mama" is an anthem for all of the independent women out there, as Leaf had this to say regarding the track:
This is to my bitches. You are who ever you want to be. You have the right to be independent, flaunt who you are, love who you are, be who you are. Live without restraint. Buy your own shit; Be his sugar mama.
Bronson kicks of the smooth song with a verse, as Leaf then takes care of the remainder of the KB-produced number. QueenOfHeart is expected soon.
Queens emcee Action Bronson dropped his stellar Blue Chips 2 collaboration ‘tape with Party Supplies a few weeks ago, and the reception from fans and critics alike has been extremely positive. Now, Bronsolino is back capitalizing off the buzz with a new visual off the project for the track “Amadu Diablo.” Directed by Rik Cordero, the video is inspired by MTV’s Unplugged series and yet another W for Action Bronson.
In support of their latest joint project release, Blue Chips 2, Action Bronson and Party Supplies here provide a pretty hilarious and highly entertaining clip for "Amadu Diablo." The aesthetic is a play on one of MTV's key programs (mainly) from the '90s, Unplugged, as the rapper and producer tandem come through with just that—a stripped down variation of the tune. Not only do they let loose of "Amadu Diablo," though. Bronson and an acoustic guitar-wielding Party Supplies also throw down on Tracy Chapman's classic "Give Me One Reason" jam. Yeah, you definitely don't want to skip over this clip today. Enjoy it now above.
While currently working on a new solo project, this week Styles P joins forces with fellow New York spitter Action Bronson and Ea$y Money on "All I Got." The joint effort highlights production from Statik Selektah, providing a cooled-out backdrop for each emcee to flow over nicely. Action of course just released his hotly anticipated Blue Chips 2 project, which you can find here. Enjoy.
For the eighth Fun Fun Fun Fest, the organizers of the Austin, TX festival have put together an eclectic mix of bands, rappers, singers, and even comedians for revelers to enjoy. Mix in a handful of extreme sports athletes and an amazing lineup of local food vendors, and Fun Fun Fun Fest is unlike any festival you’ve been to. To help both newcomers and wily veterans, we’ve come up with a list of our most anticipated acts to see this weekend. Check out our staff picks for the festival.
Serving as a follow up to both Blue Chips and Saaab Stories, Action Bronson links back up with Party Supplies for Blue Chips 2. Tightly packed with a bevy of colorful metaphors pulled from the culinary world, pop culture ’90s lexicon, and sports, the mixtape features guest appearances from Meyhem Lauren, Ab-Soul, Mac Miller and more. Download/stream the tape below and don’t hesitate to check out the teaser which finds the Queens emcee imagining a scenario where he fixed the 1995 Eastern Conference Semifinals between the Knicks and Pacers.
02 Intro feat. Big Body Bes
03 Pepe Lopez
04 The Don’s Cheek
05 It Concerns Me
07 Jackson & Travolta feat. Meyhem Lauren
08 Through The Eyes Of A G feat. Ab-Soul
09 Contemporary Man
10 Twin Peugots feat Big Body Bes & Mac Miller
11 Man & The Mirror
12 Midget Cough
13 It’s Me
14 Flip Ya feat. Retchy P
15 9.24.13 feat. Big Body Bes
16 Rolling Thunder feat. Action Bronson
17 Amadu Diablo
18 In The City feat. Jeff Woods
19 I Adore You
Queens Chef-turned-MC, Action Bronson, released the highly-anticipated follow up to 2012s Blue Chips collaboration with production duo Party Supplies. Playing of the 1994 Nick Nolte movie of which he put out a teaser video, somewhat re-imagining the seminal scene when Nolte goes off Bobby Knight-style. To be real, Blue Chips was one of my favorite projects of 2012, and the re-up on work between Bronson and Party Supplies shouldn’t disappoint if leaked singles hold any weight to the final project. Check out the latest from Bronsolino below.