Action Bronson just released his first new song since returning from a recent overseas tour promoting his Blue Chips project with Party Supplies. "A Simple Man," produced by the guy behind his Dr. Lecter album, Tommy Mas, is a laid-back, horn-laced cut that gives Bronsolino plenty of room to make his signature food references, such as, "Spanish women they in the crib makin' rice for later" and "I'm in the galley of the ship cookin' scrambled eggs up." He also compares the color of the new coupe he's driving to "stewed cabbage." And, he manages to bring up his recent trip across the pond, saying, "We've been to Brussels, been to Holland, rolling joints as thick as columns." You gotta love this dude.
Catch Bronson in NYC this Thursday performing live with Raekwon.