Action Bronson Finally Reveals 'Blue Chips 7000' Release Date

“I been making music, but TV takes over. “

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Considering Action Bronson‘s tour of television in recent months, one could be forgiven if they figured the Queens artist wasn’t that focused on making new music at the moment. However, as Bronson himself has revealed, another full-length project is in the works and on the way. After announcing a more general release strategy for Blue Chips 7000 during his latest major festival set, Bronson decided to use a new interview with XXL as a platform to announce the release date for his next album. “Blue Chips 7000, June 23rd — hopefully,” Bronson says. “I been making music, but TV takes over. If TV’s calling me, I have to pick up the phone. I can’t just put that on hold, because television is a big thing.” For the sake of his fans, let’s hope music wins this next battle.

You can check out Action Bronson’s brief interview with XXL above. For more, read up on Bronson’s plans for his next show.

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