The show will center on the entertainer's rare music collection, as Bronson recalls the wild, smoke-filled adventures that led to each find. Audiences will get to hear everything from 1970s-era Turkish funk to 1980s disco hits from Shanghai, while Bronson shares anecdotes—presented with iPad illustrations—he accumulated over years of travel.
"This is a playlist of my journey through life," he said about Live From the Moon. "All the places I've been, all the different musics we've sought and found—this show is all about taking journeys to the fucking furthest points of humanity."
The Queens-born artist also discussed the series during an interview with Zane Lowe. Bronson said his intention was to offer viewers something "inspiring."
"Listen, this music that I’m gonna bring to the people is something that’s inspiring, it’s emotional," he said. "It's like it's art. You're listening to art from all around the world that hasn't been uncovered, really. There's so much music from all around this earth, it's hard to gather in one place—I'm trying to bring that for everybody."
Live From the Moon premieres today at 2 p.m. ET on Apple Music, and will continue regularly every other Saturday at 7 p.m. ET.
Bronson will kick off his The Greatest Bambino Tour with Meyhem Lauren on March 25. Check out the full tour schedule below.