Action Bronson loves breaking down (or throwing someone through) the proverbial fourth wall, both literally and figuratively speaking. He also loves to step way outside the box when it comes to his creativity in music…which is why we’re happy that found time in between touring and cooking (and everything else) to get back to it.
This week, the New York emcee delivers a new visual for “Let Me Breathe,” which he previously premiered via Zane Lowe on Beats 1. As expected, the clip is bonkers: unhappy with the way his music video is turning out (even with a monster truck), Action resorts to turning random, middle-aged men into dancers and trampoline acrobats (there also an Amazonian woman thrown in for good measure)…it’s all woven together with hilarious commentary. Thank director James Larese for this awesomeness.
Watch “Let Me Breathe” above and pick up the single here. The track is said to appear on Action’s forthcoming project Blue Clips 7000.
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