Mac Miller morphs into Larry Fisherman and puts some of his production behind Your Old Droog for “!Go Fish!”
Oh my goodness this is filthy. Your Old Droog, Styles P and Joey Bada$$ connect over a gutter Black Milk production for “Just Rhymin.”
Your Old Droog spits hot fire on the Oh No produced “Dylan!”
Complex City Cyphers will travel to various cities to highlight local rappers and musicians. In this pilot episode, A$AP Ferg, Wiki, and Your Old Droog freestyle over music provided by Grammy nominated jazz musician Christian Scott. This cypher is deeply rooted in the traditions of freestyling in hip-hop and improvisation in jazz. The live collaboration provides a sonically unique and refreshing approach to the tried and true video format of the cypher.
Your Old Droog uses an Alchemist backdrop to tell the stories of young ladies who are in love with hip hop that happen to enjoy giving fellatio to hip hop guys. Get it?
After dropping the video for “42 (Forty Deuce)”, Your Old Droog drops by the “Real Late With Peter Rosenberg” show and discusses the single before slaying the mic.
Your Old Droog drops the visuals for the joint paying homage to Times Square and the many staples of the New York City centerpiece.
Statik Selektah deploys the ill lineup of Conway, Your Old Droog, Westside Gunn and Termanology to explain exactly what “The Curve” is.
Your Old Droog pays homage to the intersection of Broadway and 42nd Street with “42 (Forty Deuce)” that deploys the Nu Shooz sample of “I Can’t Wait.”
Your Old Droog plays The Ave like a true Brooklynite with the @wemadeitnyc crew in tow. Posted up outside where he took his GED courses (and smoked a blunt or two) he recalls his first rap battle, doing his research on rap’s greats and how his friend A$AP Yams showed him the blueprint for getting on.