Action Bronson Is a Kung-Fu Superhero In “The Chairman’s Intent”

Action Bronson still performs his own stunts in what looks like a direct, ’70s exploitation-esque sequel to one of his earliest videos, “The Symbol.” In “The Chairman’s Intent,” Bronsolino is back to take down a underground crime boss—jumping away from explosions, dodging bullets shot from helicopters, flying over New York on a hang glider and busting out some heavy kung-fu moves. All with that magnificent beard of his.

Bronson’s long anticipated installment to the ‘Blue Chips’ series, Blue Chips 7000, arrives August 25 on Atlantic Records. The project includes production from frequent collaborators Harry Fraud, the Alchemist and Party Supplies. Of course, Action’s trusted entourage, Big Body Bes and Meyhem Lauren, are also coming along for the ride.

And for fans who want to live the dream of eating with Mario Batali’s favorite rapper, there is a special $5000 bundle available with Blue Chips 7000 that includes an all-expenses-paid dinner with Action himself.

Watch the full video above and preorder the album here.

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