Your Old Droog and Heems pay homage to Bangladesh in the video of the same name.
Your Old Droog and Talib Kweli proceed to flex lyrical talent over a nasty instrumental on DJ Tony Touch’s show while K’Valentine and Raekwon also drop in briefly.
Your Old Droog shows up to Statik Selektah’s Showoff Radio and blesses the mic with a freestyle over some classic beats.
Your Old Droog suggests that a rap career may not be in everyone’s life and perhaps seeking real employment would be a better idea on “You Can Do It! (Give Up).”
“This is a song about how some people should stop following their dreams — especially if it ain’t made for them” Droog wryly says on the song. “Got get a job at the MTA, go be an A&R, do some graphic design work or something. Not everyone is supposed to rap.”
Your Old Droog, Edan and Wiki are garbage men who clean up the streets of New York in the video for “Help.”
With Your Old Droog and Wiki’s project “Packs” coming at you on March 10th, the duo decide to drop another banger with the assistance of Edan titled “Help.”
Out of the blue, Your Old Droog and Wiki drop an EP titled “What Happened To Fire” that features assistance from the likes of Black Milk, Statik Selektah, !llmind, AraabMUZIK and others. But the best part is that the five track EP can be found for absolutely free on their website.
The title is definitely going to cause some commotion as Your Old Droog releases the first joint from his forthcoming Packs project. “G.K.A.C. (Gotta Kill A Cop)” finds Droog dishing a narrative that culminates in the song’s title.
The Dopplegangaz recruit Your Old Droog for “Batterram.”
Your Old Droog tackles the subject of race in hip hop with “White Rappers.”