Music Posted on January 30, 2013 – 13:19 in Music | Calum

Action Bronson Interview With Wordplay

As you know, I try to keep the hip-hop posts on here to a minimum. Mostly, I limit them because it’s so clichéd for a website like this and also because so much of it is a waste of your time to even contemplate clicking that play button. That said, Action Bronson is one cool guy who, without meaning to sound all “I only listen to ’93 hip hop, real hip hop man, I want Illmatic played at my funeral,” has a real nice, old-school, New York flow. Plus, he’s got a strong New Balance game, an even stronger facial hair game and he can serve you up some Michelin star food. To cut a long story short, I like him.

View his recent interview with Wordplay.

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