Action Bronson Signs Deal With VICE/Warner Bros. Records

Late last night, Action Bronson announced via Twitter that he signed a recording contract with Warner Bros. Records via media company, VICE (also home to Snoop Lion). The deal comes after a year plus of substantial buzz for the Queens native, whose voice, flow, look, personality, and background as a chef have all helped make him a notable name. It’s also been his work ethic and musical output that upped Bronson’s status. Last year, he dropped the collaborative album Well-Done, with producer Statik Selektah, and this year he returned with the mixtape Blue Chips with Party Supplies. Currently, he’s prepping two more collaborative projects: Rare Chandeliers with Alchemist and Saab Stories with Harry Fraud.

As he makes clear through his string of tweets over the last few hours, seen below, Bam Bam Bronson is excited about the new venture. He didn’t disclose much about the deal, but make reference to getting his own imprint. —Adam Fleischer (@AdamXXL)

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