Your Old Droog Videos

On The Come Up: Wiki
On The Come Up: Wiki
Wiki
Wiki first made some noise as part of the collective RatKing, which is a Manhattan-based rap group comprised of Wiki, Hak and Sporting Life. Recently he's branched out on his own, dropping off his debut solo project Lil Me back in December.
Watch A$AP Ferg, Your Old Droog & Wiki In Complex's City Cypher
Watch A$AP Ferg, Your Old Droog & Wiki In Complex's City Cypher
A$AP Ferg, Wiki & Your Old Droog
Given how easy they are to put together, it’s really a shame we don’t have more cyphers in hip hop these days. Complex is trying to remedy that by pairing rappers and musicians from a city to create a new type of cypher that incorporates live instrumentation.
On The Come Up: Your Old Droog
On The Come Up: Your Old Droog
Your Old Droog
Your Old Droog has been putting on for the NYC rap scene, which is, if we're being honest, lacking these days. He harkens back to a more old school New York sound, and with a voice that can at times be eerily similar to Nas, many thought at first that he WAS Nas. Now that those rumors have been put to rest, the rapper has been stepping into the spotlight only slightly more. We had him visit the office for an episode of On The Come Up, where he speaks on his roots, his EPs and more.
Your Old Droog "42 (FORTY DEUCE)" Video
Your Old Droog "42 (FORTY DEUCE)" Video
Your Old Droog
It wasn't long ago that Your Old Droog dropped his funky track “42 (Forty Deuce)," and now we have a hilarious set of visuals from the New York rapper.
Your Old Droog Freestyles On Shade 45
Your Old Droog Freestyles On Shade 45
Your Old Droog
Last month, Statik Selektah and Your Old Droog linked up for a collaborative track that they shared ahead of Statik's upcoming album, Lucky 7. "Unlimited Metrocard" was a truly vicious song, with Droog proclaiming "I hope every train dancer gets brain cancer" over a slick beat from the veteran producer. Today, they're back at it, only this time on Statik's Shade 45 program, "Showoff Radio."
PRhyme, Boldy James & Your Old Droog "Tour Life" Vlog Pt. 3
PRhyme, Boldy James & Your Old Droog "Tour Life" Vlog Pt. 3
PRhyme, Boldy James & Your Old Droog
Earlier this year, PRhyme, Boldy James and Your Old Droog embarked on a nationwide tour together, bringing tastes of Detroit and New York to the rest of the country. They've been compiling their exploits on a tour vlog called "Tour Life," and today, the third installment arrives.
Your Old Droog's Interview/Freestyle On Hot 97
Your Old Droog's Interview/Freestyle On Hot 97
Your Old Droog
For the latest segment on Real Late with Peter Rosenberg, rising Harlem spitter, Your Old Droog, stopped by the Hot 97 studios and had himself a little chat. During his fifteen minutes on air, Droog talked about the rumor of being Nas’ “alter-ego”, his roots growing up, and even touring overseas. Before wrapping it up however, Droog was asked to do what he does best, and that’s spit bars. Showing off his lyrical heat, Droog does his thing and proves to be someone that’s here to stay. (Freestyle comes in @10:10 mark)
Your Old Droog Freestyles On Shade 45
Your Old Droog Freestyles On Shade 45
Your Old Droog
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.
Your Old Droog On Sway In The Morning
Your Old Droog On Sway In The Morning
Your Old Droog
Your Old Droog dropped off his self-titled album recently, and since then he's coming out of hiding a bit more often and showing off his face. He dropped off a music video for the album cut "Nutty Bars" yesterday, and today we get a video interview he did with Sway In The Morning, in addition to his Five Fingers of the Death freestyle.
Your Old Droog "Nutty Bars" Video
Your Old Droog "Nutty Bars" Video
Your Old Droog
Your Old Droog releases the official video for "Nutty Bars," a standout track from his self-titled debut album. Now available in stores Your Old Droog, the record, is overflowing with that classic New York hip-hop sound that popularized the region back in the mid-1990s. "Nutty Bars" is no exception to this rule. Recalling--as cliche as this sound when referring to Droog--old Nas records, the chorus-less track is distinctly throwback. Appropriately then, the video is given a similar feel.
Your Old Droog "Just Rhymin’ With Skizz" Episode 2
Your Old Droog "Just Rhymin’ With Skizz" Episode 2
Your Old Droog
Your Old Droog reemerges after a lengthy absence for a brand new episode of "Just Rhymin'" with DJ Skizz. Freestyling briefly over Skizz's own "Light Years" instrumental, Droog reminds listeners why he's one to be on the lookout for. His voice is still reminiscent of Nas, but there's no doubt that he's carving out a sound of his own. Check the video out above and let us know what you think. Stay tuned to HNHH as we continue to bring you the new Old. Meanwhile, you can follow Droog on Twitter for all the latest updates.
Nas Reacts To Your Old Droog Rumors
Nas Reacts To Your Old Droog Rumors
Nas
For weeks the internet was full of rumors that NYC artist, Your Old Droog, was actually Nas, and that he was releasing music under a secret alias. Well as we now know, it turned out to be a hoax and completely fabricated as Your Old Droog made his formal debut live in NYC last month and revealed his identity.
Your Old Droog "Rap Is Outta Control" Freestyle Video
Your Old Droog "Rap Is Outta Control" Freestyle Video
Your Old Droog
Last night, previously mysterious rapper Your Old Droog (who many believed to be Nas in disguise) silenced conspiracy theorists by performing his first concert at New York's Webster Hall. Now drawing attention from publications as large as the New York Times, the young MC has created quite a buzz (albeit an unorthodox one) around himself.
Your Old Droog "Just Rhymin' With Skizz" - Episode 1
Your Old Droog "Just Rhymin' With Skizz" - Episode 1
Your Old Droog
Ever since his debut tape surfaced on the web a few months ago, mysterious MC Your Old Droog has been met by almost-inevitable Nas comparisons. Somewhat evincing these by remaining largely anonymous, the Droog has finally given us something that will make all of the Nas truthers shut up. In this video, episode one of his "Just Rhymin' With Skizz" series, YOD is seen (yes, he has a face and it's not the same as Nas') rapping alongside DJ Skizz.