Your Old Droog & Marco Polo Share A Jazzy One-Two Punch Of Songs (Audio)

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Since Your Old Droog’s 2013 proper introduction, one of the producers of his inner-circle has been Marco Polo. The Brooklyn, New York MC and the New York City-by-way-of-Ontario, Canada transplant make strong music together, both displaying throwback sensibilities to the days of witty wordplay and chopped down samples.

From July’s self-released The Nicest digital EP, the tandem gives the public a two-piece in “Word” and “Listen.” Although the songs have no relation, they sound nice together, as Droog casually reacts to his doubters in the first, and questions the culture’s collective attentiveness in the second. Both of these artists stay incredibly busy, so this is an offering of presumably much more coming down the turnstile turnpike.



#Bonus Beat: If you need some post-July Marco production, check out the just-released “Tell Me” featuring another BK MC, Saga:

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