Alchemist and Oh No’s project is now available for you to stream via Spotify. Featuring the likes of Action Bronson, Evidence, Havoc, Your Old Droog and the late Sean Price.
Your Old Droog is back with yet another project to keep you buzzing. Six tracks of dopeness featuring the likes of DJ Skizz, Marco Polo and El RTNC. Spotify serves up the stream and best believe that there’s a full length coming later this year.
With the release of Maticulous’ production LP, a set of visuals featuring Your Old Droog has been released.
Everything that Statik Selektah has dropped off of his album Lucky 7 has been on fire and now you can listen to the album in its entirety thanks to Spotify. Featuring the likes of Royce Da 5’9″, Joey Bada$$, Big K.R.I.T., Rapsody, Your Old Droog and more, this is definitely one for the heads. Cop yours on iTunes.
Droog and DJ Skizz are at it again with this joint from his forthcoming EP titled The Nicest.
Your Old Droog tosses the assist to producer Maticulous for the intro to his upcoming project The Maticulous LP.
Your Old Droog stops by Statik Selektah’s spot to light up the microphone.
K-Def provides a vinyl only remix of DJ EFN’s “Revolutionary Ride Music” with a heavy hitter lineup of emcees.
Your Old Droog serves up this new joint right before he hits the road for The #EuroDROOG Tour and offers this message.
“Before I head out across the pond for The #EuroDROOG Tour, I’m dropping this joint produced by my man, DJ Skizz, that showcases my famed yet underutilized ‘George Benson from Remulak’ impression—it’s basically me scatting and rhyming along with the different sounds in the beat. (Peep the Kid ‘N’ Play reference in the song, too). If you’re in London, come check out the virtuosity live in the flesh on June 8 at the Jazz Cafe (hence the jazzy joint). Bring tea for the Republican Teaparty National Convention! Cop the Your Old Droog LP and Kinison EP on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and all that shit, and check for the Kinison EP on vinyl from July 10 too.”
On July 7th, Statik Selektah will release his seventh album, appropriately titled Lucky 7. This song, however, won’t be on the album. With Your Old Droog dropping the linguistics about public transportation over banging production, it’s a shame that this didn’t make the final cut.