It must be the holidays on Twitter because there are some gifted-ass rappers playing Santa Claus. Like Action Bronson, who slid in a nice little number a few days ago, dropping major delivery on the track Blue Chips. With what sounds like an intro to something extraordinarily roughneck-ish, Bronson does what hip-hop heads have come to love him for: riding a beat with no agenda other than to slay the given production and leave listeners doe-eyed. Party Supplies dresses Bronson in a clip from the 90’s basketball movie from which the track is spawned, giving a base to the twisted strings and guitar play that fits so well with the thuggish-ruggish emcee’s style. Keeping the tale of good rap alive, Bronson does what he does and continues to do it well. Stuff your turkey and stockings and whatever else has a hole with the upcoming collaborative LP, Well Done, as he and Statik Selectah expect to drop their newest work on November 22 via DCide Records.
Written by Sigmund'sDope on 10/17/11
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