Action Bronson’s 10 Best Collabos of 2013 (So Far)

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Okay, so I did my first NahRight feature on Action Bronson last week. Check the intro, and then click the link to read in full…

There’s no question that Action Bronson had a huge 2012. The Flushing, Queens rapper, best known for his crimson beard and foodie flows, released two of the best projects of the year—Blue Chips with Party Supplies and Rare Chandeliers with Alchemist—and made a ton of guest appearances too, solidifying himself as a hip-hop heavyweight not to be fucked with on the mic.

In 2013, he’s taken his career to another level, earning an overdue spot on the XXL Freshman cover, releasing his first big radio smash “Strictly 4 My Jeeps,” and dropping his long-awaited EP with Harry Fraud Saaab Stories via Atlantic Records. Plus, he’s been on everyone’s project, from A$AP Rocky’s to Mac Miller’s to Chance The Rapper’s to Prodigy & Alchemist’s. Let’s face it, Bronsolino is a star, and everyone in hip-hop from up-and-coming artists to legendary MCs in the game now recognizes that.

It’s only June, but after compiling a playlist of our favorite 2013 Bam Bam tracks earlier this week, we decided that we should take a moment to highlight the wealth of dope collaborations he’s already done this year. We’re bound to hear more before the ‘13 is out, but sometimes it’s important to pause and celebrate history while it’s still in the making. These are Action Bronson’s 10 Best Collabos of 2013 (So Far).

Action Bronsons 10 Best Collabos of 2013 (So Far) | NahRight

Also, check out this ridiculous solo cut Bam Bam let fly recently. Shit is my new favorite song out by a mile…

Get at me….cheah.

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