Prior to Action Bronson's major label deal, the Queens, New York emcee was a gourmet chef in the city, who also hosted his "Action In The Kitchen" webisode series, which ran in late 2009 and early 2010. In an interview with MTV Hive, the VICE/Atlantic Records artist said that he plans to return to the medium of cooking-entertainment.
"I don’t know if the Food Network is the right home for me," admitted the Dr. Lecter maker when asked. "But yeah, I’m working on a cooking show. I can’t really speak on the details, but we’re having talks." VICE, Bronson's label, is also part of Noisey, an online content channel.
Fresh off of a Top 200 debut of his Saaab Stories EP with Brooklyn, New York producer Harry Fraud, Bronson was also asked about desired collaborations for his next full-length. "I love Nas," said Action of the fellow Queens lyricist. "I want to put Nas and Kool G Rap on the same song."
Bronson and Kool G Rap collaborated on Tony Touch's The Piecemaker 3: Return Of The 50 MC's, which released today, in the form of the song, "A Queen's Thing." Along with Large Professor and 3rd Bass' MC Serch, Kool G Rap is regarded as an early mentor of Nas, who would go on to become a multi-platinum artist both at Columbia/Sony and Def Jam Records.
Kool G Rap worked with Nas on 1995's "Fast Life" single, from the emcee's last major label album, 4,5,6.
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