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Action Bronson gets another late night TV show, album still on the way

Action Bronson cannot be stopped. Coming off of his second season of F*ck That’s Delicious, Viceland has decided to renew the TV show for a third season plus a new late night show hosted by Bronson.

Bronson has come a long way from the original  F*ck That Delicious web series that premiered on VICE’s Munchies series back in 2014. So far the show has also been the inspiration for a new age form of cookbook, “replete with orgiastic recipes, world travel, siren songs, and weed.”

The new late night show, which is still untitled, will drop some time during late 2017. But, that is not the only thing the Queens rapper turned TV star has up his sleeve for this year.

Besides receiving two TV slots on Viceland, Bronson will also be collaborating with Snapchat and Match to create a mini Snapchat series called Hungry Hearts. 

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hungry Hearts will focus on “Bronson setting up young singles to go on curated dates. Match has signed on as the presenting sponsor for the Snapchat show. The series joins other shows on the app including A&E Networks’ Second Chance and NBC’s Take Two. ”

As Action Bronson is already known to be one of the braziest performers, I doubt that he will have any trouble keeping the Snapchat series a success.

Peep Action Bronson in the Hungry Hearts trailer below

Let’s not forget that Bronson is still working on Blue Chips 7000, which, after much anticipation, is due to drop this week on August 25. Thank God!

The 13 track album will feature his F*ck That’s Delicious homies, Big Body Bes and Meyhem Lauren. The tape will also include reggae legend Jah Tiger and the biggest boss, Rick Ross.

Peep the Blue Chips 7000  full tracklist

While we wait for Action Bronson to absolutely kill the rest of 2017, check out his newly released track off of the highly anticipated project “9-24-7000,” featuring Ricky Rozay.