Your Old Droog Joins Lil Fame, Sean Price & Milano On This Dusty Throwback (Audio)

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Aside from a Mac Miller cut (“Sleepers…”), Your Old Droog got on without much vocal assistance. Droog’s staple producer DJ Skizz gave him the ultimate cast of hardcore New York MCs on “Hot Breath.” The budding sensation is joined by Heltah Skeltah’s Sean Price, M.O.P.’s Lil Fame, and even D.I.T.C. affiliate Milano in a song about upholding the street-corner, Champion hoodie Rap of the 1990s.

Skizz’ beat sounds like it’s inspired by another Boot Camp Clik classic, Smiff-n-Wessun’s “Sound Bwoy Bureill,” with its creeping drums, and with its vocal accents, it brings Showbiz & A.G.’s “Hidden Crates” to mind.

In this moment, Droog shuns all Nas comparisons, standing as an original, who blends in with New York giants.


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