Action Bronson Dr. Lecter

Action Bronson Dr. Lecter
Repping Flushing, Queens, this chef and MC cooks up one of the illest aural feasts you've heard on a debut album in a long minute. Cutting through all of the played-out shit you typically hear in rap, Bronson spits about the stuff he knows and loves (food, women, wrestling and weed) over some excellent throwback production courtesy of producer Tommy Mas. This is '90s-era NYC party rap at its finest, filled to the brim with witty lyrics, dope flows and head-nodding beats. Whether he's dropping knowledge in an ode to an '80s wrestling workingman ("Barry Horowitz"), riding the flute nimbly on "Shiraz" or trading bars with Outdoorsmen brother Mayhem Lauren on action-caper "Bag Of Money," this dude is the illest Bronson you've heard of since Charles was cracking heads. Quick, name one MC that could effortlessly sear some Ahi Tuna, crack a Dutch and spit some sharp darts all without breaking a sweat? Didn't think so. That meal was great. Can't wait for dessert. (Fine Fabric Delegates)