Indie rapper Action Bronson is going major.
The MC announced on Twitter on Monday that he’s signing to VICE and Warner Bros. Records.
"Vice/Warner Bros.is the label. I promise to never make candy cane bullshit music as long as I live!!!!!!!" he tweeted.
Earlier, he joked about signing to hip-hop collective Odd Future’s label.
"When u see this it will prolly give u chest pain I just signed for 1.5 directly to Left Brain," he tweeted, before clarifying that his advance "def wasn’t for 1.5" million.
The prolific rapper also says he’s finished “17 songs” for “Blue Chips 2,” a sequel to this year’s “Blue Chips” mixtape, and just has to add guest features.
Vice Records, the label arm of the edgy media conglomerate, is also home to artists such as Black Lips and OFF! The label launched a three-year partnership with Warner Bros. in 2011 that spans distribution, marketing and other elements.
Congrats Bronson! Time for some Action pimp! xo @RozOonTheGo