Earlier this month Action Bronson and Party Supplies dropped their second collaborative mixtape in as many years, Blue Chips 2. The project showcases Bronson's lyrical finesse and cleverness as he blazes through a mixed bag of beats from Party Supplies. Similar to its predecessor, Blue Chips 2 includes a number of shorter songs that are just as enjoyable as a full-length, with "Amadu Diablo" being a clear standout in that regard. Today the video premieres exclusively on Complex TV in the First Look Series.
That record from Bronson and Party Supplies gets the video treatment today in the form of a "Blue Chips 2 Unplugged" session. It's directed by Rik Cordero and finds the rapper/producer duo channeling MTV's on-and-off-again series that was popular in the '90s. The two enjoy some herbal relief before Party Supplies does his best acoustic guitar rendition of Tracy Chapman's "Give Me One Reason." Bronson then jumps in and adds his own charm to the performance. Had this aired on MTV, "Amadu Diablo" would be the best Unplugged performance since Nirvana in 1993.
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