Action Bronson and Chance The Rapper Share “Baby Blue”

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The release of Action Bronson‘s long-awaited debut album is just weeks away, and earlier today the New York native shared a monstrous new single titled “Baby Blue.”

Co-written by Zane Lowe and produced by “Uptown Funk” creator Mark Ronson, the latest cut from Mr. Wonderful finds Action Bronson swapping bars with Chance The Rapper over a piano-heavy beat. It’s a lot lighter in tone than the title may lead you to believe, but there is a sense of heartache in several bars that is far too palpable to ignore. Bronson shines brightest, but Chance’s vocals on the hook certainly go a long way towards securing the song’s place in your head as the next track you won’t be able to forget. Check it out:

Mr. Wonderful is out 3/24 on VICE/Atlantic. Pre-order it here.

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