Action Bronson has just announced the release date for his long awaited new album, and has given fans a new single to tide them over until it drops. Blue Chips 7000, the third (and final) in his Blue Chips series, will be released through Vice Records on August 25th. The album will include the previously released single "Let Me Breathe," and this brand new track "The Chairman's Intent" he just shared with an entertaining music video. These two songs have us very excited to hear the full project.
The Harry Fraud-produced track has Action Bronson coming out swinging over a 70's guitar riff, delivering clever lines in his raspy voice. He barely lets up throughout the duration of the track, stopping just for short choruses. The single comes paired with a new music video that fits the aesthetic of the song perfectly. It features him as the star of a 70's kung fu movie where we see him fighting, hang gliding, and running from explosions, all while loud, intentionally cheesy sound effects play over the track.
His new album is up for pre-order on his site now, which include multiple bundles – one being an intimate $5000 dinner with the man himself. The album has him rapping over beats from the three producers that work best with him: Harry Fraud, Party Supplies, and The Alchemist. Check out the video below and look out for the full project next month. Enjoy!