The more you listen to Action Bronson, the harder it is to not think that he is the illegitimate brain child of Eminem and Ghostface Killah. On his new promo single, A Simple Man Bronson displays metaphorical acrobatics that take the listener from gangster lavishness to psychopathic extremes as he raps “As my smoke rise quick all my homies got a cup/ we’re livin’ in the days where no one even gave a @*#$!/ matching collar sweatsuits hoppin’ out the truck/ knee her in the stomach drugs are droppin’ out her butt.” The laid back Tommy Mas produced track, laced with a jazzy trumpet sample, leaves plenty of space for the Queens bred MC to spit flashy bars that would rival most rapper’s thoughts of becoming the king of opulence. This cut is not attached to any project or album at this time, but nevertheless should keep Action Bronson fans satisfied for now. In the meantime, why not cop his recently released Blue Chips project?
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"Time for Some" (2011)
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