In a sit down with Billboard, Action Bronson and new manager Paul Rosenberg (manager to Eminem) discussed Bronson's forthcoming plans, having recently signed to Vice Records and signing to Goliath Artists management firm.

Rosenberg express excitement for his latest client's fortunes, aligning with Vice and Goliath.

"We all believe that Vice is the right match for Action Bronson's vision as an artist and the type of musical career that he strives for," he said. "I can't wait to put our efforts together with Vice's creativity and Warner Bros.' platform to share Bronson's music with the world."

Bronson didn't speak much on his new management team (his day-to-day rep is Dro Greindstein), but shared the thoughts behind choosing to ink with Vice/Warner Bros. Records.

"They just get it. They understand what's cool and what's not," Bronson explained. "This is just different. I don't want to be the same cookie-cutter-type dude. I want to be me, and those guys made me feel at home. There's a bunch of other places I could be, but this was the place for me, I felt."

Next up is Bronson's  debut album, which he described as "a mixture of everything I've done so far." Stay tuned for more information on Action Bronson's next project as it comes in.