Your Old Droog drops literal bombs on his latest drop, “Help,” which features Wiki and Edan. The song features a prominent “It Takes Two” sample and some strong guitar riffs. It also comes on the heels of a poorly executed Lil Yachty and Carly Rae Jepsen commercial from the GRAMMYs last night that samples the . . .
“What matters is the beats, and if the emcee goes in.” As a New York-based emcee who was once rumored to be an alter ego of Nas himself before revealing himself, Your Old Droog has a particular presence on the mic that has allowed him to transcend the box that many white rappers find themselves stuck . . .
“I make beats, people rap on them, then I put it on the internet.” – Mac Miller, a.k.a. Larry Fisherman Mac Miller‘s !Go Fish! series concept is fairly straightforward. He simply produces beats under his alias of Larry Fisherman for a select group of emcees. This time around, Your Old Droog steps up to the . . .
New York lyricists unite, as Your Old Droog, Styles P and Joey Badass trade bars on the appropriately titled “Just Rhymin.” Not only do we get verses from all three of these esteemed emcees, it’s backed by none other than Black Milk on the production tip. I’m thankful. Stream “Just Rhymin” below, and purchase via . . .
Your Old Droog‘s flow and demeanor are as consistent as ever, but this time he finds himself delivering his verses over top of more dynamic, cinematic instrumentation for “DYLAN!” Stream “DYLAN!” below, and catch Droog live at SOB’s in New York on April 4th.
Your Old Droog isn’t a lyricist to take for a joke by any means, but he shows his sense of humor throughout his video for “42 (Forty Deuce),” which pays homage to Times Square. Throughout the video, he takes on different hustles; selling mixtapes, spit shining car windows, sketching caricatures, dancing in an Elmo suit, riding . . .
Your Old Droog takes us on a trip down memory lane with “Basketball & Seinfeld,” which premiered on SLAM Magazine’s website earlier today. The New York rhymesayer calls himself “hip-hop’s John Locke,” and he means it. Bright Y.O.D. production, which samples music from the actual show, ties everything together.
Coney Island emcee Your Old Droog finds himself gaining more attention as of late, but he sets himself apart from the pack with “We Don’t Know You,” asserting that he doesn’t owe anybody a feature or anything else. The polished lyricist uses highly stylized visuals to supplement his jazzy single. Watch the video for “We . . .
Coney Island emcee Your Old Droog has made a name for himself after dropping his latest EP, The Nicest, and this time adds his own aggressive, new age hip-hop flavor to “Mr. Goodbar“, which will stand as one of the singles on Chicago native DJ Rude One’s self produced album. Keep an eye out for Rude’s . . .
Your Old Droog stakes his claim as The Nicest in the game with his new EP. Featuring production by DJ Skizz, Marco Polo, and EI RTNC, The Nicest is full of eloquent, jazzy instrumentation. Your Old Droog continues to bring creative metaphors, brazen confidence and vivid imagery to the table to set himself apart from the majority of . . .
Your Old Droog does what Your Old Droog does best with “Hidden Persuaders,” a new track produced by his partner in crime, DJ Skizz. Droog’s European tour starts this June in the United Kingdom. Purchase tickets for his show at the Jazz Cafe in London here. Stream “Hidden Persuaders” below, and purchase on 7″ vinyl . . .
New York sensation Your Old Droog pumps out a solid new eleven-track EP called Kinison for our listening enjoyment. Look for Your Old Droog to hit the road with PRhyme and Boldy James in the near future. Stream Kinison in full below.
On “Get The Paper,” New York emcee Your Old Droog pays homage to the one and only Adam “MCA” Yauch of The Beastie Boys. Production courtesy of EL RTNC of Lesbian Date Night brings to mind a more modern Beastie Boys sound. Stream “Get The Paper” below.
Your Old Droog took his talents to Sway In The Morning recently, easily working his way through all five beats on the “5 Fingers Of Death.” In fact, he actually asked for a sixth beat when all was said and done. Watch Droog’s “5 Fingers Of Death” freestyle below.
Your Old Droog drops a new video for “Nutty Bars,” a grim, lyrically intensive record from his newly released, self-titled debut LP. Watch the video for “Nutty Bars” below. (2DopeBoyz)