Peter Rosenberg premiered a new song off Action Bronson and Party Supplies' Blue Chips 2 last night on Hot 97. The song is called "Practice," and gets its title from the intro, which samples Allen Iverson's infamous press conference. Bronson name drops people ranging from Rey Mysterio to Dog The Bounty Hunter as he rambles along deliberately over another ill Party Supplies loop.
It's been over a year since Blue Chips came out, and now fans are eagerly anticipating the project's sequel, which should be dropping November 1. Friday can't come soon enough.
UPDATE: As Bronson gets ready to drop Blue Chips 2, Funkmaster Flex announced over the weekend that he is going to be making a tape with Bronson also. Flex has reached out to several big name producers, including DJ Mustard, Jahlil Beats, and Mike WiLL Made It for this tape. It's not clear as to whether the tape will drop before or after Bronson's debut major label album, as nothing has been recorded yet, but expect some updates on this project in the months to come.
UPDATE: Here's the cover art for Action Bronson's upcoming mixtape Blue Chips 2 with Party Supplies. The artwork was done by Will Prince, who's also worked on covers for Asher Roth, Chief Keef and more.
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