Saaab Stories is Action Bronson's major label debut with all production done by Harry Fraud. 72 Virgins is a a raw hip hop track, with Action Bronson giving you a sample of his culinary arts vocabulary. The album then goes into Triple Backflip, a smoother track. No time is the next track, he talks about how he has no time to struggle because he's too busy being successful. The Rockers features Wiz Khalifa, on this one Action Bronson comes in with a more serious tone than usual, the topic matter ranges from hitting someone with a dropkick to smoking weed, to using chopsticks. Strictly 4 My Jeeps is an old school sounding track featuring fellow new yorkers LL Cool J and Lloyd Banks, I really like the Lloyd Banks feature on this one, the whole track reminds me of G-Unit, 50 cent would have went perfect here.
Alligator is his only slightly introspective track, he talks about how he's so happy he wants to buy an alligator and his wife crashes his whip and he's still not worried, the second half of alligator the beat completely switches up into a darker sounding tune. Seven Series Triplets ends the album on a high note with features from hip hop greats Prodigy of Mobb Deep and Raekwon of Wu-Tang Clan.
Overall I feel for an EP, which it is, it's great. It's ok for an album. I liked Prodigy, Raekwon and LL Cool J but I expected people like A$ap Rocky, Big Sean or a Yelawolf to make an appearance. I give Action Bronson Saaab Stories 4 out of 5 stars.
- SIC ILL
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