Your Old Droog slides through real quick over a Madlib production called “Waves Crashing.” Why is it called that? Because even though Droog is rocking over a legend’s production, he can do the same thing to the sound of waves crashing. It’s only two minutes but it’s worth your time.
Your Old Droog has been sprinkling us with songs every now and then and makes us wonder when a new project is wondering. His latest offering is “Venture Capital” as the New York emcee is as sharp as ever.
Following up his stellar work on Black Star’s first album in over 20 years, Madlib takes his talents to Your Old Droog for “The Return of Sasquatch” and it appears that the work between these two may not be only one song. Stay tuned.
It still feels unreal that MF DOOM is gone. But the fact remains that the metal-faced villain has left behind a remarkable legacy and he will forever be missed. He also left behind songs that we have yet to hear. Among them is his collaboration with Your Old Droog titled “Dropout Boogie” which is produced by Edan. And, of course, it’s dope.
One of the standout tracks from Your Old Droog’s recently released Dump YOD: Krutoy Edition, YOD gets Mach-Hommy and Phonte to bless “Uzbekistan” with their impeccable bars.
Your Old Droog will release his Dump YOD: Krutoy Edition project on December 4th and releases the first single “Pravda” with Black Thought, El-P, Mach-Hommy and Tha God Fahim adding their bars to the extended cipher.
Homeboy Sandman will drop Dusty on October 18th and releases a new single featuring Your Old Droog and Quelle Chris. The trio set it off on the quirky “Lookout.”
Your Old Droog comes back with a new album two months after his last one. Transportation is 15 tracks of Droog delivering bars over dope beats. Guests include Wiki and Quelle Chris but this is mostly a Your Old Droog effort built for your listening pleasure.
Mach-Hommy and Your Old Droog have been putting in work together recently and the duo are at it again as they are joined by Tha God Fahim for “Phi Slamma” as the trio rock over a drumless sample.
Your Old Droog decided to drop a new album on our heads this week with It Wasn’t Even Close. One of the standout cuts from the album features Roc Marciano serving up his verbal blessings on “Chasing Ghosts.”