Your Old Droog knows basketball. He also knows Seinfeld. He combines his two passions in a remarkable new song called "Basketball & Seinfeld." "This song is stupid. #ballislife," writes Droog.
With Joey Chestnut no longer the Nathan's Hot Dog champion of the world, the biggest name out of Coney Island is none other than Your Old Droog. After dropping of "The Dustiest" last week, he returns with a mean track called "Mr.
We're at a point where nostalgia no longer applies solely to 90s hip-hop. Your Old Droog, who's young enough to have been introduced to rap in the 00s, has decided to reflect on the good ol' days of the early aughts on his new freestyle.
"Tell Your Friends" is one of the hottest songs off The Weeknd's Beauty Behind the Madness. After Drake remixed it a few days ago, the homie Your Old Droog thought he'd try his hand at the song, in an effort officially known as "Tell Your Friends (5K
Here goes another album stream, following up ones from Future (Dirty Sprite 2), Joell Ortiz and !llmind (Human) and Eric Bellinger (Cuffing Season). This stream comes courtesy of Staten Island MC Your Old Droog.
Your Old Droog had a fair amount of mystique around him when he first emerged, but in the internet age, that kind of anonymity is difficult to uphold, and it wasn't long before the curtains were pulled open.
Your Old Droog reunites with DJ Skizz today, who handled some production on his Kinison EP in February, for the very funky and jazz-influenced "Senseless Killn' II." The New York rapper is going to be taking his talents to other parts of the world after d
Last August, Statik Selektah continued his run of guest-heavy, eclectic albums with the jam-packed What Goes Around..., and now he's announced that this will be the third summer in a row that we'll be getting a new album from him.
Statik Selektah is just starting to roll out his new album, Lucky 7 (a follow-up to last year's What Goes Around...), but before he gets things truly popping, he's dropped off a bonus cut that won't be on the project.
Last week we featured some of the game's heaviest hitters on Samples Of The Week, with Action Bronson and The Alchemist getting jiggy over a classic drum break and Drake once again paying homage to country music star George Strait.
It's not every mixtape that name-drops Robert Johnson and names tracks after Sonic Youth. Your Old Droog's new Kinison EP does both of those things, as well as making an anti-rap comedy routine by the late comedian Sam Kinison its intro.
Last week, DJ EFN brought together two of hip-hop's most active political minds, Killer Mike and Crooked I, together for a song called "If U Run," and today he's back with another cut featuring some crazy names.
Now that Your Old Droog has been revealed to be his own man, and not Nas in disguise, he's free to show his considerable skills in freestyles at radio stations. His latest has him heading up to Shade 45 to kick a cipher on Tony Touch's Toca Tuesdays program.