Action Bronson’s Debut Album ‘Dr. Lecter’ Turns 5!

blame it on Shake March 15, 2016

As Action Bronson‘s stock continues to rise with the growing success of F*ck That’s Delicious, it’s hard to believe it’s only been five years since he first made noise in the rap game.

Back in 2011, before the Well Done raps with Statik Selektah and soul-searching chopper rides across the country, Bronson released his debut album, Dr. Lecter, via Fine Fabric Delegates. Offering the first look inside the mind of a madman hungry man with a penchant for penning off-the-wall punchlines, the album was a raw, 15-track effort—produced entirely by NY producer Tommy Mas—with features from Meyhem Lauren, Maffew Ragazino, Shaz IllYork, and AG da Coroner.

To celebrate the fifth anniversary, we’re sacrificing offering famed WWE “jobber” Barry Horowitz another 15-minutes of fame by bringing back the second track off Bronson’s debut.

Pat yourself on the back and relive Bam Bam’s “Barry Horowitz” video below.