Action Bronson independently released his debut album Dr Lecter, in March 2011.
24 Facts About Action Bronson
Action Bronson released his major-label debut album, Mr Wonderful, in March 2015, debuting at number seven on the US Billboard 200 chart, receiving over 48,000 streams that week.
Action Bronson attended Bayside High School, in Bayside, Queens, and graduated in 2002.
Action Bronson hosted his own online cooking show, Action in the Kitchen.
On November 15,2012, Action Bronson released Rare Chandeliers, a collaborative mixtape with the Alchemist.
In March 2013, Action Bronson performed at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and later that month was featured on XXL Magazine's 2013 Freshman Class, a list of up-and-coming rappers.
Also in July, Action Bronson announced his major-label debut album would be released in early 2014.
On November 1,2013, Action Bronson released Blue Chips 2, the second installment in his Blue Chips series, in promotion of the album.
Action Bronson released the full album on March 23,2015.
In October 2015, Action Bronson was hospitalized in Anchorage, Alaska, for emergency surgery after a concert on October 23.
On October 31,2018, Action Bronson announced that he was parting ways with Vice, the media company that served as his record label and television network.
In November 2018, Action Bronson announced a tour in support of his latest album, White Bronco.
Action Bronson described the album as "ANOTHER BRIGHT THREAD WOVEN INTO THE TEXTURE OF THE COSMOS".
Action Bronson released his sixth solo studio album, Cocodrillo Turbo, on April 29,2022.
Action Bronson starred in the now-canceled comedy documentary series Traveling the Stars: Action Bronson and Friends Watch 'Ancient Aliens'.
Action Bronson has had cameo roles in the films The Irishman, playing a coffin salesman, and The King of Staten Island.
Action Bronson made an appearance for AEW's All Out on September 4,2022, and wrestled his first professional wrestling match at Grand Slam, teaming with Hook to defeat Matt Menard and Angelo Parker which aired on September 23,2022.
In March 2016, the Program Board of the George Washington University announced that Action Bronson would be the headlining performer for the university's yearly spring concert, "Spring Fling".
Action Bronson cites fellow American rappers Kool G Rap, Nas, Cam'ron, Mobb Deep, UGK and the Wu-Tang Clan, as major influences.
Action Bronson is well known for his frequent, and often obscure, allusions to athletes and sports teams.
Early in his career, Action Bronson gained recognition for lyrically and stylistically resembling fellow New York rapper Ghostface Killah of Wu-Tang Clan.
Ghostface Killah himself has admitted to confusing Action Bronson's rapping for his own.
In mid-2020, prompted by having reached a body weight of 400 pounds, and having a myriad of associated health problems, as well as by the birth of his son, Action Bronson began a regimen of healthier eating as well as boxing and high-intensity interval training.
Action Bronson took up Brazilian jiu-jitsu in 2021, training under Ryron Gracie.