If there’s one thing that’s clear from Action Bronson‘s bars, it’s that the Flushing, Queens representative is one hungry dude—and it stands to reason that his fans would share his hearty appetite. Thus, just one week after the release of his collaborative EP with Harry Fraud, the rhymesayer is serving up seconds in the form of project outtake Heel Toe. Based around a loose interpolation of Journey’s Look Who’s Crying Now (which probably has something to do with its exclusion from the EP), the record finds Bronson spitting about his caked-up romance with girl who “gallop[s] like a tan deer” and steals all her outfits from Tangiers, in between his signature food and car talk. This joint is just a loosie but, for those who haven’t already copped the set, Saab Stories is available for free streaming and digital purchase right here in the Booth.
Written by richard on 06/25/13
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