Your Old Droog adds another high profile collaboration to his list of hits. "Sleepers," the previous release from the N.Y rapper featured production from Mac Miller, who is in talks of a featured verse down the road with your boy Droog. This time around Droog hooks up with Mobb Deeps Prodigy for "Hoodie Weather." Prodigy's classic N.Y style is the perfect fit for the sound that Your Old Droog has been sending out through the air waves. Both these rappers stay true to that New York Style of hip hop, this track feels like it came straight out of the 90's. Summer is over, September is here, time to embrace that "Hoodie Weather."
The mysterious New York/Russian emcee Your Old Droog releases his latest single, "Sleepers." Droog made the internet freeze for a minute with the release of his self titled EP, Your Old Droog. In adition to the fact that no one really knows what this guy looks like, the popular rumor going around is that Droog is secretly Nas rapping under another alias. "Sleepers" is the first track released by Droog that has any industry connection, as the instrumental is produced by Mac Miller, aka Larry Fisherman. Apparently these two artists also have a collaborative track in the works. If you still are skeptical about Droogs true identity the world will know once and for all next month, as he'll be making his debut performance at Webster Hall in New York City. In the mean time take in "Sleepers," and add your two cents into the debate.
Your Old Droog is an mysterious/captivating emcee out of Coney Island. After creating a solid buzz, Your Old Droog has just released a self-titled 10 track project,the Your Old Droog EP. If you are not yet familiar, Droog is an impeccable lyricist in the vein of a Roc Marciano and other notorious underground NY spitters. Dropping hard hitting bars over aggressive/industrial/soulful instrumentals, Your Old Droog is the perfect artist for those looking to avoid sugar coated raps. Tracks like "Bad To The Bone" and "Loosey In The Store With Pennies" show lyrical ability over minimalist instrumentals, allowing you to soak in ever rhyme Y.O.D drops. Other tracks such as "Good Times" and "U 40" switch up the tempo with more soulful beats and rhymes, focusing on thought provoking content. With production by EL RTNC, DJ Skizz and Droog, this ten track project is solid from beginning to end. Take some time out of your schedule to soak in some amazing hip hop with Your Old Droog's latest.