Your Old Droog Transforms Into A B-Boy “Elmo” In This Quirky NYC-Inspired Video

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Your Old Droog took his recently-released single “42 (Forty Deuce)” and made the best possible video. The Brooklyn, New York MC hit the very 42nd Street Times Square that inspired the Nu Shooz-sampling song, and recreated some vibes from the epicenter of mainstream Manhattan.

The video features the old fashioned backpack rapper-hustling-CDs (peace to Timbo King), a well-heeled pan-handler, and some clever jokes about red light district shops, slimy hot dogs, and street artists. Sesame Street Heads will appreciate “B-Boy Elmo” (played by Y.O.D. himself).

Marco Polo produced the track.

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