Action made an appearance on ESPN's "Highly Questionable," where he revealed that his favorite track to record for the album was "Easy Rider," and it certainly sounds like it was a magical experience.
Apparently, he was out in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, listening to psychedelic samples on YouTube, and then all of sudden, it was like, "you strike gold -- Yahtzee! -- and from there on I was just in a trance, there was salvia involved, there was sage being burned, there was Indians coming and singing with tribal anthems."
And by "Indians," he meant Native Americans.
We also got a little insight into how his mind works when fans rush him onstage. While other rappers might worry about getting caught doing anything questionable on camera, Action takes a completely different approach.
"You know how many people for their phones out? Every move is filmed, so I have to be the aggressor," he told ESPN. "Usually there's not many security guards there [so] I have to react as fast as I do."
One of his favorite fan altercations happened in Boston: "I catch him at the perfect point when he jumps up -- clothesline, leg sweep, folded him up in half like a piece of cheese."