Action Bronson Threatens The Loss Of Your Album Helped To Take Off
"Sometimes you have to do things like that."
Action Bronson believes that taking the matter into their own hands on Twitter helped to put an end to the delays of her upcoming album.
In a recent interview with Complex, Bronson makes a reference to a Twitter rant about the delays in the release of Blue Chips 7000 and the threat of leakage of himself during his set at the Rolling Loud Music Festival.
In May, Bronson wrote on twitter, "PUT MY FUCKING ALBUM", and warned other artists to stay independent.
Explain the effectiveness of this strategy was to AB, said, "the Whole world called me right away and everything began to move. Bastards began to move his ass. It is really crazy. Sometimes you have to do things like that. That was not the reaction I was looking for. I want people just to do things to do them.
"I have to say something stupid on Twitter, and then I get phone calls like, 'what really hurts me.' Yes, fuck you, you hurt. Go make something happen. Why it hurts? Come on, dog. Do it together. What are you signing me? Let me go, if you're not going to fuck you to do what's right for me. What is the point?"
Action Bronson had even more harsh words for record labels throughout the interview, saying: "Unless you can help, you suck. Unless you are a huge artist and you're doing pop songs and songs of success, which really sucks. But for me, all I care about is to put out the project the way I did."
Despite their complaints about the tags, that made him say that Blue Chips 7000 delay of more waiting to get the album with the samples of the deletion. Of the 14 issues that it wanted in the final version, 13 in fact, beyond the lawyers.
"100 percent, 93 percent of the samples on the album] was cleared up, so we can't really be too upset. But that I, that I did lose was heartbreaking," the rapper said.
Blue Chips 7000 is the Friday (24th August), check out the video of "The President of Intent" below.