23. Action Bronson – Blue Chips 2
Action Bronson returns to his one true muse, producer Party Supplies, and puts out a collection of tracks that are hilarious and strangely dynamic. The key to making it all work is the samples. There’s lots of 80s and 90s radio staple songs being looped and rapped over. It creates this cloudy feeling of nostalgia, while Bronsolino cuts through with bars that are just as much self-aggrandizing as they are self-defeating. Sample lines: “I nutted in like three strokes/shit, now that’s no way to rep the East Coast” or “A young Zinedine Zidane/in Flushing Meadows Park, drinking Hennessey with Mom.” The track that best sums up this release is “Contemporary Man,” which almost frantically switches up the sampled beat as if someone is changing the dial on the radio & Action Bronson is on every station. This album is just fun, IDK.
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