Action Bronson - White Bronco

Action Bronson - White Bronco album wiki, reviews
Artist :   Action Bronson
Album Name :   White Bronco
Genre :   Hip-Hop/Rap
Tracks :   11
Relase Date :   01 November 2018
Country :   USA

White Bronco (Action Bronson) Album Songs

Song Title Artist Time
1. Dr. Kimble Action Bronson 2:58
2. Irishman Freestyle Action Bronson 1:35
3. Mt. Etna Action Bronson 2:34
4. Live from the Moon (feat. Yung Mehico) Action Bronson 2:38
5. White Bronco Action Bronson 2:44
6. Brutal (feat. Meyhem Lauren) Action Bronson 1:58
7. Prince Charming Action Bronson 2:31
8. Telemundo Action Bronson 2:23
9. Picasso's Ear Action Bronson 1:53
10. Ring Ring (feat. Big Body Bes) Action Bronson 2:21
11. Swerve on Em (feat. A$AP Rocky) Action Bronson 2:51

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About Action Bronson - White Bronco Album

White Bronco is Action Bronson’s 4th studio album, and his first to be released independently since 2011. The album was originally announced in an April 2018 tweet. The cover art, painted by Bronson himself, was revealed on September 15, the album had 2 lead singles "White Bronco" and "Prince Charming" The album features Yung Mehico, Meyhem Lauren, Big Body Bes and A$AP Rocky. The album has the production handled by Harry Fraud, Party Supplies, Daringer, Knxwledge, Samiyam and The Special Victims Unit ..

White Bronco (Action Bronson) Album Comments

White Bronco (Action Bronson) Album Reviews

  • Meh...

    Mr. Copeland
    My least favorite of his albums, it’s kinda all over the place and doesn’t quite have the feel AB is known for. I listened a few times to see if it would grow on me but it just didn’t happen
  • Packed with action

    The flows and the verses are straight 🔥🔥
  • Not Like The Others...

    For me AB is known for his fire beats and buttery smooth bars. A couple of the beats on this album are exactly what I wanted from him. His lyrics are another thing. 5-10 times throughout the album I ask myself “Really? That’s what you came up with?” The lyrics had a very rushed and haphazard feel. I would be giving this a one star, but the beats saved it.
  • LeBronson

    Bronsoliño back at it again. Another classic.
  • AGAIN!!!

    Is a great album your right though the horse can go but album is really good
  • Maan.. :’(

    I thought this was gonna be a wild album with crazy instrumentals.. Love Bronson, but My expectations were much higher :’(
  • Lit!🔥

    Liam-Man 72
    Hip-hop with a touch of modern jazz.
  • White Bronco

    Halfway decent but nothing like his previous albums sounds kinda all over the place and rushed smh
  • Sophisticated luxury rap.

    You new kids won’t understand. Watch a master at work. White Bronco baby!
  • 🔥🔥🔥🔥

    Brandon Bowditch

Action Bronson - White Bronco Album Wiki

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