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Action Bronson Hosting New Snapchat Dating Show, Releases '9-24-7000' Track With Rick Ross

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Action Bronson performs during "The End of an Era" presented by The Meadows NYC at Webster Hall on Aug. 10, 2017 in New York City.

The rapper's fourth studio album, Blue Chips 7000, is set for release on Aug. 25.

Action Bronson's resume just keeps on growing. As Bronson prepares to unveil his fourth studio album, Blue Chips 7000, on Aug. 25, the rapper will also close out the month as host of his new Viceland show Hungry Hearts on Wednesday (Aug. 30), ahead of his F*ck That's Delicious cookbook release in September. 

Hungry Hearts with Action Bronson will premiere on Snapchat instead of television where Bronson's current show F*ck That's Delicious airs and is the first show Viceland has produced for the multimedia app. The former chef will play matchmaker in the new eight-episode dating series by pairing up singles to send them on pre-arranged outings. Bronson will then decide the possibility of the couples advancing to a second date before the couples themselves make that decision. The rapper will also host a late-night talk show for Viceland to be released later this year. 

On the music front, the Queens native's upcoming album Blue Chips 7000 is quickly approaching and dropped off his new track "9-24-7000" featuring Rick Ross, following previously released singles "The Chairman's Intent" and "Let Me Breathe."

On the airy, downtempo "9-24-7000," Bronson warns that he should only be compared to actor Kevin Spacey and singer Ruben Blades and boasts about his lavish life. The rapper says "I should prolly put a wetsuit on, I'll be right back" as Rick Ross hops on the track and picks up where Bronson left off. 

Listen to "9-24-7000" below.