Your Old Droog Reels In Another Mac Miller Beat To Filet With Sharp Rhymes (Audio)

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When Your Old Droog burst onto the scene (in the eyes of many) in 2014, Mac Miller was among the first notable collaborators he crossed paths with. “Sleepers” would be the vehicle for the Brooklyn, New York MC to bring shine to the production of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native double-threat. Since that time, Mac (as alter-ego Larry Fisherman) has produced on high profile albums by Ab-Soul, Sir Michael Rocks, and RiFF RaFF.

In 2016, Y.O.D. links with Larry once again. “Go Fish, Volume 2” follows the debut of the series with Droog affiliate Conway. With a piano-driven, building beat by the Most Dope front man, Droog sprinkles the track with compound rhymes, slick talk, and lots of insider Rap references. This is a different vibe for Your Old Droog, who typically favors dusty loops. The collaboration works, as Mac Miller shows that just like his MC progression, he is a visionary behind the boards.

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