Action Bronson has been a successful act over the past couple of years, but there's always been the small question of when he's going to release that debut album -- he is signed rapper to Vice/Atlantic after all. The Queens, N.Y., native is finally giving some information on the project.

The LP will arrive this year and will feature a few of his friends, Bronson reveals to Revolt TV. The rapper's debut is looking like it's going to be a mix of 'Rare Chandeliers,' 'Blue Chips' and 'Saab Stories,' but "better," he states. Bronson says partners-in-crime the Alchemist, Harry Fraud and Party Supplies have all contributed to the album. Oh No will also have at least one credit.

There's no album release date, but at least Action Bronson isn't making the project begrudgingly. "It's just f---ing out of control," he shares. "I'm not trying to reach out to too many outside influences honestly. It's time for the new breed to make their way into this game."

To date, his only official charting release was 'Saab Stories' with Harry Fraud, which peaked at No. 9 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The effort's single, 'Strictly 4 My Jeeps,' didn't chart, but it was followed up with a remix featuring Lloyd Banks and LL Cool J, who was recovering from the 'Accidental Racist' disaster.