Action Bronson is currently hard at work recording his long-awaited major label debut for VICE Records, which is only a fragmented section of a huge multi-media company that's presently involved in world news, music, fashion, network TV, and now foodie culture. The offspring of an Albanian immigrant and Jewish New Yorker, Bronson was a former New York-area gourmet chef before he started rapping just about six years ago. Now, Action Bronson has teamed back up with newly-formed VICE MUNCHIES for what's poised to be a quasi-follow-up to their ill-fated series, VICE Eats; F*ck, That's Delicious will debut online this May and intends to "capture Action's culinary adventures on his on-going world tour." MUNCHIES uploaded an all-too-brief trailer early Monday morning and judging by said trailer, episode 1 will likely highlight dining spots he discovered while on Eminem's recent Rapture Tour through New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa. While it's only about a 2-minute long video preview, Bronson's premier F*ck, That's Delicious trailer features all sorts of scrumptious good eats from his self-described "trip around the world in two months" and stops at hometown favourites Paesano's Philly Style, O.B.'s BBQ, and Clive's Cafe.
Action Bronson penned a surprisingly well-written companion piece for MUNCHIES, fittingly entitled "The Action Bronson Way to Eat Around The World," which name drops globe-trotting restaurants like Eddie's Sweet Shop, Sky City Casino, Depot, Ms. G's, "Michael White's chophouse," and Nando's; "If I could describe what F*ck, That's Delicious means, it is literally a feeling. There are no other words to describe what you just ate. You just have to curse and be vulgar and violent, you know what I mean," he further elaborates. Nah Right recently complied five mouth-watering vaulted video clips of Chef Bronson in the kitchen preparing seared ahi tuna, Thanksgiving left-over sliders, zucchini blossoms, risotto and fried veal brains, and lam-burgers in honor of his upcoming web-series. Action Bronson's most recent project was Blue Chips 2 (November 2013) with frantic genre-fusing buddy Party Supplies and there really isn't any form of solid release date for his Warner Bros/VICE Records debut... But I'm pretty sure he'll end up releasing a FREE collection of new material for hungry fans sooner than later.