We don't know if you've heard, but the days of rappers just rapping are pretty much over. The latest example of a talented MC branching out in new and somewhat unexpected ways is Action Bronson.

According to the folks at The Hollywood Reporter, Bronson is coming out with his own dating show on Snapchat. The matchmaking show, which is titled Hungry Hearts With Action Bronson, is part of a larger deal Vice Media has made to provide original shows for the social media app.

Vice Media is already producing Bronson's show, Fuck, That's Delicious, so moving to a matchmaking show should be a pretty seamless transition for the "Muslim Wedding" rapper—if you want to call it a transition at all. Hungry Hearts is all set to premiere later this year and will run eight episodes.

As we've said before, rappers are jumping into other mediums of entertainment with more regularity now than ever. Snoop Dogg has a YouTube show by the name of GGN, and he recently had A$AP Rocky on the show for an interview that eventually morphed into a freestyle session.

YouTube shows aren't the only places rappers have taken their talents, as MCs like Joe Budden and N.O.R.E. have found recent popularity with podcasts of their own.

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