Two Tiffanys celebrating what they love by giving it a stage and using their voices to spread the word.


Special Education with Action Bronson

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Hey, everyone. I’m back with another Special Education episode by Special. This time, she sits with rapper Action Bronson, who takes the game show into an unexpected direction, especially when he names his mom as being his favorite person to work with and bake cakes with (side note: Special was talking about musical involvement), “supplement” being his favorite word, staring in an adult film, and more. Haha! At one point, the tallying of points gets confusing, and Special’s point system becomes words and she has “a bunch”. This episode came out in June, but you can watch it now.

Step Brothers – “Mums In The Garage” (ft Action Bronson)

Are you ready for the Step Brothers‘ highly-anticipated Lord Steppington album, releasing on January 21st via Rhymesayers?! You better be. You’ll find guest appearances from Action Bronson, Styles P, Roc Marciano, Domo Genesis, Fashawn, Rakaa, Blu, The Whooliganz, and Oh No. Until then, how about you stream their latest single, “Mums In The Garage” featuring Action Bronson? Then, perhaps you should go pre-order the maroon velvet album like I just did.

Diplo’s Endless Summer Playlist

To kick off the extra hot and extra fun season, Diplo created a massive summer playlist, for Vulture, with a play-time of 6 hours and 19 minutes. Holding 100 tracks, you’ll hear songs such as Disclosure “White Noise”, Rhye “Open”, Branko “Waves”, Bames “Chrome Eagle”, Ginger & The Ghost “One Type of Dark” (Ta-Ku Remix), Tinashe “Boss” (Ryan Hemsworth Remix), James Blake “Life Round Here”, and several others. So, stream the entire playlist below, during those barbeques, pool parties, and hangouts.

J57 – “The Main Event” (Meyhem Lauren, Action Bronson, Maffew Ragazino, & Rasheed Chappell)

One after the other. First Koncept, now J57. Always a pleasure to hear tunes from the fellas though. Producer J57 dropped off his new track “The Main Event”, equipped with a hard-hitting beat and aggressive lyrical punch by Meyhem Lauren, Action Bronson, Maffew Ragazino, and Rasheed Chappell. And you can guess that the cuts are from DJ Brace. The song will be on J57‘s upcoming album “2057“.