Chestology presents Episode 3 of "the Heard Records Show". Today's conversation between Domincello and PREZZY focuses on Action Bronson & Party Supplies 2012 Mixtape release, "Blue Chips". At the time of this project's release, Bronson was at a musical crossroads. Backed by Party Supplies production through the entire project, "Bam Bam Baklava" began to manifest a completely unique space for himself within an ever-evolving rap game. In almost every way imaginable, the duo committed to tossing the entire rule book out the window at every turn- misfired lines are left in dismissively, as Bronson merely coughs, ad libs about baseball players from the early 90's, and starts the verse over. Of course, on that second try, he nails it; you could argue it serves as a proper metaphor for his career up until that point. The critical acclaim surrounding this project led to both a sequel mixtape ("Blue Chips 2"), and a major-label backed proper album, "Blue Chips 7000".
Have a listen as PREZZY provides anecdotes from the years leading up to "Blue Chips", while Domincello breaks down the way he Heard this body of work for the first time, over 10 years since its release. In between all of that, expect the usual mix of controversial takes, bad puns, and inappropriate humor from your beloved co hosts.