Your Old Droog – “Hip-Hop Head” (prod. Alchemist)

blame it on Patrick Glynn March 1, 2016

The always-consistent Your Old Droog drops by once again to deliver “Hip-Hop Head” produced by Alchemist.

Droog has become a supreme talent when it comes to painting a picture of New York City life through a lens. After highlighting the scenes of one of the world’s largest intersections of “42 (Forty Deuce),” he tells the tale of meeting a woman at an A$AP Rocky and A-Trak concert. Not only is familiar with the inner workings of hip-hop new and old (a “hip-hop head”), she also doesn’t mind giving a guy who loves hip-hop, well, you can read the third word of the song.

Droog’s technical abilities have been there since we all thought he was Nas’ alter ego. But over the last couple years, the Brooklyn native has gotten so much better with his imagery and story telling. This man is lethal.

Stream “Hip-Hop Head” below.