Action Bronson has introduced that he’s parting methods with Vice, the media firm that served as his document label and the community for his cooking present, “Fuck, That’s Delicious.” He hinted on the departure in a collection of October 16 tweets. “You weirdo motherfuckers are lucky to have ever been in my presence,” he wrote within the tweets under. “I’ll take my talents elsewhere because you sure don’t appreciate what I’ve done for you.” He confirmed the break up in tonight’s interview on Complex’s “Open Late With Peter Rosenberg.” Watch his feedback about Vice under on the 6:30 mark.
After saying that he’s nonetheless with Vice attributable to “contractual issues,” he defined his determination to half methods with the corporate. “It’s reached its time,” he mentioned. “I need to be able to spread my wings musically. I have too many ideas for shows that work to be stagnated to doing one every fuckin’ two years. That’s not my thing.” He then mentioned that he felt underappreciated and underpaid by the corporate, however mentioned that he’s parting methods with the corporate amicably. Pitchfork has reached out to Vice representatives for remark.
Action Bronson signed to Vice in 2012. “Fuck, That’s Delicious” debuted on Viceland in 2016. Action Bronson’s new self-released album White Bronco is out tonight.