While we've seen Bam Bam Bronson hosting TV shows, releasing cookbooks and being wildly entertaining just by existing, it's been a quite a bit since we've heard him completely go off on the mic. His 2017 single "Let Me Breathe" from his forthcoming Blue Chips 7000 project shows Bronson still has bars, which he brought to Funkmaster Flex for yesterday's amazing freestyle.
It's just as fun to see Flex become an entertained Bronson cheerleader as it is to see Bronson just go off. Teasing us with a single mammoth rhyme to start it off, Bronson's flow over JAY-Z's classic "A Million And One Questions" is the tightest he's sounded in forever. Bronson is riding drums and ready to unload again, and we're here for it.
Blue Chips 7000, entirely produced by Harry Fraud, is said by Bronson to be "U2 on steroids." With the other other detail we know of the project being a feature from Rick Ross, this just might be Bronson's finest hour. Keep in mind that Blue Chips 7000 is only a mixtape, and from the sounds of the belligerent Bronson in the clip, he additionally has a whole new album ready to go.