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After sharing the track “Prince Charming” from his new LP in October, Action Bronson has finally dropped his fourth studio album, White Bronco. This marks as the TV personality/rapper’s first independent release, following last year’s Blue Chips 7000 with Atlantic Records.

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The 11-track album features production from Party Supplies, in addition to contributions from Knxwledge and Daringer. Features on the LP include A$AP Rocky for the single “Swerve On Em,” as well as Yung Mehico, and his mainstay homies Meyhem Lauren, and Big Body Bes.

Additionally in an interview with Peter Rosenberg for Open Late, Bronson explained his decision of his independent status. “I’m just back to being me. I’m independent, I don’t have to answer to anybody, I just do what I want,” he said. “I don’t have to go up and play music for the label. I’m just doing whatever I do, clearing it with my own money. Doing whatever I have to. You get too comfortable. You get too comfortable with someone else taking care of you or someone else worrying about what you need to be doing for yourself. This just puts the ball back in your hands, where it needs to be.”

You can stream White Bronco in its entirety below via Spotify and Apple Music.

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Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

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