On this week's episode of Open Late, Peter Rosenberg sat down with Action Bronson for a conversation that got into how he scored a role in Martin Scorsese's upcoming film The Irishman, which is scheduled for an early 2019 release. 

"Bottom line is they really loved 'Baby Blue' and they really loved Fuck, That's Delicious, and Scorsese was a fan," he explained. "They fucking asked me to come be in a move even though I shitted it up."

Bronson also shared his love for D'Angelo's Voodoo and gave the R&B singer some very high praise. "My favorite artist, period," he said. 

Rosenberg caught up with Jaden Smith, Dede Lovelace, Rachelle Vinberg, Nina Moran, who all star in the new film Skate Kitchen, to find out what viewers can expect when it arrives Aug. 10. Smith, who will be releasing a project on July 8 (his 20th birthday), shared some details about it and described it as a guitar cover album of SYRE. "No raps, just singing," he said.

Freeway and Diallo Riddle also stopped by for a roundtable discussion on JAY-Z and Beyoncé's new album Everything Is Love, as well as debated who the best rappers of all time are.

Check out the full episode—featuring Araabmuzik—above, and follow Open Late above on Twitter and Instagram.