Action Bronson is getting ready to release his long-awaited "White Bronco" project.
Action Bronson had fans waiting all summer for new music. Back in April, the Queens MC revealed that he was a free agent after finally leaving Atlantic Records. The rapper announced his displeasure with the record label in May 2017 and demanded that they put out his album. Clearly, that wasn't the case but Bronson did say that we could expect his forthcoming project, White Bronco soon. Earlier this month, the rapper shared the title track off the project and today, he confirms a release date for White Bronco.
The wait is over. Action Bronson will be officially releasing White Bronco on November 1st. The rapper took to Instagram to make the announcement a day after teasing the project would drop at the end of the month. White Bronco will mark Bronson's first full project since dropping his mixtape Blue Chips 7000 in August 2017. With four weeks to go before the release of his upcoming mixtape, we should expect some more singles dropping soon.
With White Bronco on the way, Action Bronson has a few big performances lined up before the year ends. The rapper will be performing at ComplexCon a few days after he releases White Bronco. He'll be performing alongside Future, Rae Sremmurd, Vince Staples, Nav and more. Additionally, he'll also pay tribute to the late Mac Miller a day before he releases his project on Oct. 31st, at the "Mac Miller: Celebration Of Life" benefit concert which will also feature performances from Travis Scott, Earl Sweatshirt, Chance The Rapper, Vince Staples, SZA, Ty Dolla $ign and more.