Though for years Action Bronson has successfully oscillated between the worlds of hip-hop and food, earlier this year, when the first season of his series F*ck, That’s Delicious premiered on Viceland, the world began to take notice of his talent. There was excitement, as well as trepidation, with the New York Times dubbing the rapper an “unlikely culinary star” ushering in “a new kind of food television.”

But could a former gourmet chef best known for beefing with Wu-Tang members and getting kicked off of college campuses really be a major player the future of food-media?

As F*ck, That’s Delicious prepares for its second season on September 1—with Viceland releasing the first trailer for the upcoming episodes on Monday—the answer to that question has been a resounding “yes.”

In the chaotic, minute-long clip, Bam Bam can be seen performing on stage, talking shop with chef Massimo Bottura, and traveling the world with his crew—Meyhem Lauren, Big Body Bes, and the Alchemist

In one scene, after a waiter tells Bronsolino that he “doesn’t have to eat everything,” the rapper fires back with what could possibly be the best mission statement for his burgeoning food empire: “Don’t ever give me rules on what to do with my stomach.”

[via Viceland/YouTube]