Here’s the new video for Action Bronson‘s latest single “Strictly 4 My Jeeps.” Taking place in Queens, New York, the video was directed by Jason Goldwatch and stars Riff Raff, pitbulls, a big–and I mean BIG–woman, Bronson’s fabulous beard and a big ol’ badass jeep. You can purchase the single right now on iTunes.
Videographers of the internet: The game’s over. Action Bronson’s video for “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” (directed by Jason Goldwatch) will go down in history as the greatest music video ever created. It features everything you need in a modern-day music video: half-naked girls, money, a RiFF RAFF cameo, basketball, juking, pitbulls, big cars, steak, and a personalized cake. Seriously, the bar for music video quality has been raised to an unattainable high.
“Strictly 4 My Jeeps” is part of the Action Bronson/Harry Fraud collaboration, Saab Stories, which should be coming out in early June. Check the video below, but be warned: you won’t look at music videos the same ever again.
[via Consequence of Sound]
We’ve come to expect nothing less than pure hilarity virtually every time Action Bronson drops off something new. And here he does not disappoint yet again with the undeniably entertaining “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” video. The clip highlights the talented rhymer lifting weights, doing cartwheels (yes, really), pushing around a new Jeep and palling it up with —guess who— RiFF RAFF. The aesthetic was directed by Jason Goldwatch, with the audio production coming courtesy of Harry Fraud. Be sure to hit us with your thoughts on the humorous footage, after enjoying above.
Taking to Twitter, Action Bronson helps make our weekend better by stating he and Harry Fraud are putting the final touches on their joint album, Saab Stories, and that he’s 10000000% sure it will drop in early June.
Finishing SAAAB STORIES WIT MY BROTHA @harryfraud RIGHT NOW. THIS WILL BE OUT EARLY JUNE 10000000% no matter what
— YUNG RICK PITINO (@ActionBronson) May 19, 2013
Looking at the Calender, that’s only about two weeks away. And if “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” is any indication of what the project will sound like, we’re in for incredible treat.
Beep beep —nevermind— guess we won't go there. Action Bronson does however come through with a new release, pretty much out of nowhere, dropping off "Strictly 4 My Jeeps." Where will the fresh single end up? For now that remains to be seen, but you can enjoy it nonetheless via the SoundCloud player below. Hit us with your thoughts on the latest delivery from Action Bronson. Will you be bumping this in your Jeep?
On June 4, the world will hear Club Wiley, the debut mixtape from Chicago's very own Alex Wiley. The young rapper has built up a following in his city and online through collaborations with the likes of Chance The Rapper, Vic Mensa and Chuck Inglish, and now we see him teaming up with another noteworthy name. This time, Action Bronson hops on Wiley's new song, "Icky Woods," a reference to the former Cincinnati Bengals football player by the same name. If you're a Bronson fan, you should like this one; and if you've never heard of Wiley, it just might make you a fan. Check out the Thelonius Martin-produced track below and look out for it on Club Wiley, which will also include features from Chance, Vic, The Hood Internet, Freddie Gibbs, King L, GLC, Stefan Ponce, Jean Deaux and more.
First off, let me tell you that anybody who references Icky Woods or the infamous “Icky Shuffle” wins me over almost immediately. It doesn’t hurt that the two emcees in this record happen to rap really good too and to top it all off, the instrumental was produced by Thelonious Martin. This is a can’t-lose situation. Stream this fire below and stay tune the #ClubWiley takeover in the month of May as he’ll be unleashing new singles and videos through Closed Sessions, leading up to the project’s release.
Originally featured on the recently released 2013 XXL Freshmen Mixtape, Joey Bada$$ shares the untagged version of his Action Bronson-featuring track "B.A.R'd." Produced by Pro Era's in house beatsmith Chuck Strangers, both emcees kick quotable lyrics over the jazz-sampling instrumental in the same fashion that've come to expect. Stream and/or grab the free download through the embedded player and enjoy.
Originally appearing on the 2013 XXL Freshmen mixtape, now Joey and Action’s Chuck Strangers-produced collab is available in it’s CDQ glory sans DJ Drama screams.