Following his 2017 album, No Mountains In Manhattan.
Your Old Droog drops off a new track in "Basketball & Seinfeld", a song about, well, basketball and Seinfeld. Who doesn't love both? Droog drops a bevy of non sequiturs pertaining basketball interspersed with more than your fair share of Seinfeld references on his latest track. Do you like basketball? Do you get hyped on Seinfeld whenever you hear the words "Drake's coffee cakes" be used? If you answered yes to both questions, then Your Old Droog's "Basketball & Seinfeld" is just for you. Hit the jump to hear Your Old Droog's latest loosie, "Basketball & Seinfeld".
Detroit's Apollo Brown links up with Coney Island's Your Old Droog for "Not That Guy" off of Brown's forthcoming Grandeur, which arrives September 25th. Frankly the pairing of Brown and Droog is A1 and Droog goes in over Brown's lush soulful production. Personally, I'd like to hear more from these two. Listen to Apollo Brown's "Not That Guy" after the jump.
Despite residing from essentially the same place (Coney Island, Brooklyn) and sharing virtually the same exact cultural background (Ukrainian-American) I never really messed with rising rapper Your Old Droog all that much. I mean, in the interest of full disclosure and not frontin', I think dude is super talented and a great altogether MC but frankly I'm not "feeling" it, you know? I always find the beats to be dated and seriously lackluster and I can never quite relate to Your Old Droog. Like, who is Droog? But this track right here, with its super kitschy and ultra NYC-indebted song title, is right up my alley, fam. Droog delivers the goods with "Unlimited MetroCard" which is produced by the always reliable Statik Selektah. Check out "Unlimitated MetroCard" after the jump and peep Statik's new album Lucky 7 dropping this July.
Your Old Droog's self-titled album is out now and yesterday the Droog dropped the visuals for his "Nutty Bars" cut. So we suppose it's only right that he finally gets his just due by appearing on Shade 45's radio show Sway in the Morning. During his time with Sway Your Old Droog took on the show's infamous "5 Fingers of Death" freestyle segment and needless to say the Brooklyn emcee went in. Check it out after the jump.