Your Old Droog's Entire Debut Album Is Streaming Right Now

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by Christopher Harris

Your Old Droog just wants to be himself. After drawing comparisons to Nas earlier this year, the Coney Island-bred rapper is releasing his own self titled album -- so fans know for sure, it's him.

Droog addressed the identity mystery with The New Yorker in August and performed for a crowd full of fans at Webster Hall in September.

Listen to Your Old Droog's new album via NPR!

“There was so many dope f–kin’ rappers out there,” he said during the show. “Now, it’s so much trash, some dope sh–t come out, it’s like, ‘Yo, it can’t be dope on it’s own; somebody else did it.'”

Your Old Droog, the album, features 10 tracks from Droog's original -- also, self-titled EP -- two previously released songs and six brand new ones. El RTNC, DJ Skizz, and Droog himself served as the project's primary producers. Head over to NPR to stream Your Old Droog now.

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