Seattle and Portland are among the stops on Action Bronson’s 20-city White Bronco tour that kicked off in Boston on February 11th.
The touring package will include Meyhem Lauren. As well as former Busta Rhymes/Flipmode associate and independent rap mainstay Roc Marciano.
The North American dates are in support of Bronson’s White Bronco LP. His first full-length effort as an independent artist following stints with Atlantic Records and Vice. The latter being the vehicle for both his most recent album, Blue Chips 7000, and his cooking show, Fuck, That’s Delicious.
White Bronco boasts a smattering of production partners including the familiar Party Supplies and Knxwledge. As well as an A$AP Rocky collaboration on closing track “Swerve On Em.” There are plenty of Bronson’s cartoon-ish boasts and brags along the way.
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Action Bronson became one of the network’s tent-pole personalities with Fuck, That’s Delicious, in addition to a season of The Untitled Action Bronson Show. Last fall, the Queens-bred rapper announced he was parting ways with Vice. Clearing the way for his first independent release in several years.
Other 2019 considerations for Bronson include a second book. His first literary offering was a cookbook spawned from the short-lived Vice series that became a New York Times bestseller.
Titled Stoned Beyond Belief, it’s a weed-themed opus. According to the pre-release info on Amazon, it’s “…an exploration of every corner of the pot galaxy, from highly scientific botanical analyses and the study of pot’s medicinal benefits to a guide to the wild world of weed paraphernalia.”
Bronson has been careful in interviews to clarify that this is NOT a guide to cooking with pot. Rather, chapter titles include “The Celestial Origins of Weed,” “How to Roll a Perfect Dutch,” and “Being Stoned in School.” Listen up, children!
Action Bronson’s White Bronco Tour visits Seattle’s Neptune Theater on March 7th, and Portland’s Roseland Ballroom on March 9th. Stoned Beyond Belief will be released via Abrams Image March 19th.