Mac Miller Gives Your Old Droog The Perfect Beat To Sound More Like Nas On


Is it Nas or no? If you’ve missed the hype around Your Old Droog, then let us fill you in. A couple months ago, a strange sounding rapper emerged on the underground NYC hip-hop scene. Not strange in a bad sense, but rather that he sounded exactly like [emuze]Nas[/emuze]. Fans and critics went crazy trying to figure it out, with a war of words going between certain bloggers going down in the midst of it all. 

If it means anything, our inside sources have confirmed that Droog is definitely not Nas, and rather just has a voice that is all too similar and nothing more. However, the public still doesn’t seem convinced. On his latest joint, Droog gets with [emuze]Mac Miller[/emuze] in his producerial essence, and gets laced with this grimey, boombap slapper, allowing Droog to flex his vintage-NYC bars in full form. Check it for yourself:

So, whats your opinion? Is that really Nas or not?

Don’t let the summer pass without getting laced. 



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  1. Calico

    August 21, 2014 at 9:14 pm

    Doesn’t sound like Nasty at all. A little too deep and more nasally than Nas.

  2. Kyle m

    August 21, 2014 at 9:24 pm

    Sounds like Jay Electronica more than Nas

  3. Seth Shore

    August 25, 2014 at 7:34 am

    Here is my opinion….I hope you’re taking notes! @Alive this is a great piece of journalism, That’s number 1. #2 Mac “MACK” miller is a genius. #3 Droog is definitely not Nas, Nas would never mention Long Island (I think he referred to central islip) in one of his tracks. #4 Although Gay-Z (oh sorry) Jay-Z may have more money than Nas, more fans & the ultimate celebrity girlfriend. Not even in 7 lifetimes could Jay-Z who actually has the balls & ego to call himself Jesus in the context of “it’s your boy HOVA” as in jehovah Jesus Christs real name accomplish the legacy that Nas will leave behind when we are all dead and gone only with his first album Illmatic by itself. Alot of people have their opinion on what album has been sampled the most, but in my humble opinion more influence on rappers, concepts for songs, sampled hooks & verses which Jay-Z will openly admit and this is a direct quote from HOVA himself “Nas you made it a hot line, I made it a hot song”. So keep this in mind the next time you are listening to a track that has Nas in it & if you happen to meet him. Let him know how much he is appreciated in the world of hip-hop! And FUCk JAY-Z I think he is a piece of shit unless he can prove me otherwise.

    Sincerely, Seth Shore
    Head Honcho | President of Catalyst Media Creative Solutions

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