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.
New music for Your Old Droog before he plans to depart for Europe for a tour in June.
PRhyme, Boldy, and Droog make their way through Boston and, New York CIty to give fans a crazy-ass show full of that raw shit.
While on the road with PRhyme, Your Old Droog drops off a video for “Mule Juice” from his Kinison EP.
Mass Appeal hit the road with Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier to give you an inside look at how the tour has been going down during its initial stretch. You’ll hear from Nickle as he talks about being on the road with Preemo as well as see both Boldy James and Your Old Droog accompany PRhyme on the road.
Your Old Droog, who is currently on tour with PRhyme, tears to shreds this piano driven beat from UK producer The Purist.
With Your Old Droog preparing to hit the road with PRhyme later this month, it’s appropriate that the emcee drops a new EP to whet the appetites of fans who are still reeling for his excellent debut LP. Kinison finds the Coney Island rhymeslinger kicking the linguistics over some vaguely rock fueled production courtesy of frequent collaborators which included DJ Skizz, El RTNC and Marco Polo.
Rolling Stone premiered the EP and caught up with Droog to discuss the project.
“It’s not like something we planned,” Droog tells Rolling Stone. “I was mentioning a lot of people from the rock world in my rhymes. It was like, ‘Yo, I think I gotta tie this thing around, ’cause it’s happening too much….Porno for Pyros…it’s like a dope way of saying your shit is fire. It’s kind of like useless trivia, so I’m making use of it. I just got memory for useless shit. I remember Meredith Brooks; I don’t know why.”