액션 브론슨 - Action Bronson

액션 브론슨
2016 년 6 월 공연중인 브론슨
2016 년 6 월 공연중인 브론슨
배경 정보
출생 이름 아리 얀 아르 슬라 니
또한 ~으로 알려진
  • 뱀뱀 [1]
  • 브론 솔리 뇨 [2]
  • 바클 라바 씨 [3]
태어난 (1983-12-02) 1983년 12월 2일 (36 세)
플러싱 , 뉴욕 , 미국
장르 힙합
직업
  • 작곡가
  • 생산자
  • 감독
  • 랩퍼
  • 배우
  • 텔레비전 발표자
  • 작가
  • 요리사
활동 기간 2008 ~ 현재
라벨
관련된 행위
웹 사이트 www .actionbronson .com

Ariyan Arslani [4] (1983 년 12 월 2 일 출생), [5] [6] 무대 이름 Action Bronson으로 더 잘 알려져 있으며 미국 래퍼 , 작가, 요리사 및 TV 발표자 입니다. [7] 2012 년 8 월에는 Warner Bros. Records 와 계약 했지만 나중에 Atlantic Records에서 배포 한 Vice Records 로 옮겼습니다 .

Arslani는 Viceland에서 토크 / 버라이어티 쇼 The Untitled Action Bronson Show 와 여행 프로그램 Fuck, That 's Delicious개최 합니다. 그의 빈번한 협력자 인 Meyhem Lauren , The Alchemist , 그리고 이전에 Big Body Bes 는 그의 두 TV 시리즈의 단골들입니다. Mario Batali , Andrew Zimmern , Daniel Boulud , Rick Bayless , Grant Achatz 등이 그의 TV 시리즈의 게스트였습니다. 2017 년 9 월 Arslani는 그의 여행 쇼인 요리 책을 바탕으로 첫 번째 책을 출간했습니다 . Fuck, That 's Delicious .

Arslani는 또한 여러 발표했다 믹스 테이프 등, 희귀 샹들리에 미국의 힙합 프로듀서 (2012), 연금술사블루 칩이 오랜 프로듀서 (2013) 파티 용품을 , 자신의 메이저 레이블 데뷔를 해제하기 전에, 확장 된 플레이 (EP)는 제목 Saaab Stories , 빈번한 협력자 Harry Fraud , 2013 년. 그는 2015 년 3 월 23 일 메이저 레이블 데뷔 앨범 Mr. Wonderful을 발표했습니다 .

전기

1983–2010 : 초기 생애 및 경력

Bronson was born in Flushing, Queens, New York City, to an Albanian Muslim father and an American Jewish mother.[8] Growing up he had been raised in his father's Muslim tradition.[9] He attended Bayside High School, in Bayside, Queens, and graduated in 2002. Before embarking on a career as a rapper, which was originally just a hobby, Bronson was a gourmet chef in New York City. He hosted his own online cooking show, Action in the Kitchen. After breaking his leg in the kitchen, Bronson concentrated solely on his music career.[10]

2011: Dr. Lecter and Well Done

Action Bronson's debut studio album Dr. Lecter was independently released by Fine Fabric Delegates on March 15, 2011. The album, produced entirely by New York City-based music producer Tommy Mas, was made available for digital download and also in CD-R, on his official website. In November of that year, Bronson followed up with Well-Done, a collaborative effort with American hip hop producer Statik Selektah.[11] On March 12, 2012, he released his second mixtape, titled Blue Chips, with Party Supplies.[12]

2012–13 : 메이저 레이블 거래 및 Saaab 스토리

2013 년 7 월에 공연하는 액션 브론슨

In August 2012, it was announced Paul Rosenberg signed Action Bronson to a management deal with Goliath Artists, which also houses names such as Eminem, The Alchemist, Blink-182 and Danny Brown.[13] Also in August 2012, Bronson was featured on Odd Future-rapper Domo Genesis and American hip hop producer The Alchemist's collaborative album No Idols, on tracks "Elimination Chamber" (also featuring Earl Sweatshirt and Vince Staples) and "Daily News" (also featuring SpaceGhostPurrp and Earl Sweatshirt). Later that year Action Bronson joined both Warner Bros. Records, via media company VICE, and concert booking agency NUE.[14] On November 15, 2012, Bronson released Rare Chandeliers, a collaborative mixtape with the Alchemist.

In March 2013, Bronson performed at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival[15] and later that month was featured on XXL Magazine's 2013 Freshman Class, a list of up-and-coming rappers.[16] In May 2013, Action Bronson was moved to Atlantic Records, and subsequently released an extended play (EP) titled Saaab Stories, on June 11, 2013.[17] The EP was produced entirely by American music producer Harry Fraud and features guest appearances from fellow American rappers Raekwon, Wiz Khalifa, and Prodigy.[18] Released as a digital download only, the EP was preceded by the single, "Strictly 4 My Jeeps".[19] In July 2013, he indicated wanting to get fellow Queens-bred rappers, Nas and Kool G Rap, on his major-label debut album.[20] Also in July, Bronson announced his major-label debut album would be released in early 2014.[21]

On November 1, 2013, Bronson released Blue Chips 2, the second installment in his Blue Chips series, in promotion of the album.[22][23][24][25] On October 28, 2013, Funkmaster Flex announced he would be hosting an upcoming Action Bronson mixtape. Production was revealed to be coming from Erick Sermon, Mike Will Made It, DJ Mustard and Jahlil Beats.[22] In a November 2013 interview with Rolling Stone, Bronson stated that he would have Kool G Rap and Mobb Deep, featured on his upcoming album.[26]

2014–present: Mr. Wonderful and Only for Dolphins

Action Bronson performing at Coachella in 2015

In February 2014, Action Bronson, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar and 360 accompanied rapper Eminem, on a brief tour of Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.[27] On May 6, 2014, Action Bronson debuted a food-oriented web series, titled Fuck, That's Delicious. The show is a Vice Records-sponsored monthly web series that chronicles the food-obsessed rapper's exploration of all things culinary.[28][29]

On August 5, 2014, Bronson released the song "Easy Rider" as the first single from his debut album Mr. Wonderful. The song was produced by Bronson's longtime producer Party Supplies. On August 20, 2014, the music video for "Easy Rider", was released. The video for "Easy Rider", which was directed by Tom Gould, pays homage to the 1969 Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper film of the same name.[30] Bronson officially released "Actin Crazy", via digital distribution on January 20. He released the full album on March 23, 2015.[31]

In October, 2015, Bronson was hospitalized in Anchorage, Alaska, for emergency surgery after a concert on October 23. He remained in the hospital for several days.[32]

On Monday May 16, 2016, he presented at the Webby Awards.[33]

On October 31, 2018, Bronson announced that he was parting ways with Vice, the media company that served as his record label and television network.[34]

In November 2018, Bronson announced a tour in support of his latest album, White Bronco. The tour ran from February 2019 to March 2019. Meyhem Lauren and Roc Marciano will be supporting.[35]

On August 9, 2020, Bronson revealed the title of his new album, Only for Dolphins, released on September 25, 2020. The cover art was painted by Bronson himself. Bronson described the album as "ANOTHER BRIGHT THREAD WOVEN INTO THE TEXTURE OF THE COSMOS".[36]

Television and film

Action Bronson starred in two television shows which aired on the Viceland channel: the food travel show Fuck, That's Delicious, and a nightly food talk show, The Untitled Action Bronson Show. He also starred in the now-canceled comedy documentary series Traveling the Stars: Action Bronson and Friends Watch 'Ancient Aliens'.

He has had cameo roles in the films The Irishman (2019), playing a coffin salesman,[37] and The King of Staten Island (2020).[38]

Controversy

In March 2016, the Program Board of the George Washington University announced that Bronson would be the headlining performer for the University's yearly spring concert, "Spring Fling." Controversy soon erupted as Bronson's song "Consensual Rape" came to light, as well as statements Bronson made that were considered homophobic, transphobic, and misogynist.[39] Student activist groups successfully pushed for the University to cancel the performance.[40] In April 2016, Bronson was similarly disinvited from the Trinity College Spring Weekend concert.[41]

Bronson responded in an open letter, claiming that his songs "depict a story" and "aren't meant to be anything but an artistic expression," condemned all forms of sexual violence, and offered an apology.[42]

Musical style

Influences

Action Bronson cites as major influences fellow American rappers Kool G Rap, Nas, Cam'ron, Mobb Deep, UGK and the Wu-Tang Clan.[43][44] Other artists include Michael Jackson, Carlos Santana, Queen as well as Albanian wedding singers.[45]

Rapping style

Bronson frequently raps about food in his songs.[46][47][48] He is also well known for his frequent, and often obscure, allusions to athletes and sports teams. Bronson's lyrics often make reference to sports in New York City but also touch on more obscure subjects such as professional wrestlers,[49] bodybuilders, figure skating and sports betting.[50][51][52]

Early in his career, Bronson gained recognition for lyrically and stylistically resembling fellow New York rapper Ghostface Killah of Wu-Tang Clan (with whom he collaborated, along with friend and fellow rapper Termanology, on a song called "Meteor Hammer", from the 2011 compilation album Legendary Weapons). Ghostface Killah himself has admitted to confusing Bronson's rapping for his own.[53] In a 2011 interview with HipHopDX, Bronson was asked about how it was to be compared to the Wu-Tang rapper, and he responded with,

Yeah, I mean at the end of the day, it's all good because Ghostface Killah is one of the best rappers alive, so if I sound similar to the best rapper alive then that is fine. To me there is no comparison; he is a legend and I am a newcomer. If I would try and emulate with anyone it would be Kool G Rap, he is the person I look up to the most. I am not upset but at the end of the day I am my own person and no one can take that away from me.[54]

Discography

Awards and nominations

BET Hip Hop Awards

The BET Hip Hop Awards was established in 2006 by the network to celebrate hip-hop performers, producers and music video directors.

Year Nominated work Award Result
2013 Action Bronson Rookie of the Year[55] Nominated
2014 Blue Chips 2 Best Mixtape Nominated

See also

References

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