Your Old Droog Releases “Bangladesh” Visual

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Droog is keen on returning a traditional New York flair to the game.

Brooklyn native, Your Old Droog, has spent his career breathing lyricism and a certain nostalgia into the vastly changing rap game. With a penchant for well-crafted bars and storytelling, Droog sometimes sounds like a kid born in the wrong era. Still, this evolving landscape doesn’t deter the 28-year-old emcee from producing songs how he sees fit.

Yesterday, Droog and featured artist, Heems, released the visual for their track, “Bangladesh”. A blending of culture boils on this track thanks to South Asian-sounding instrumental that adequately structures Droog and Heems’ verbal exchange. From the stoops, to a middle eastern restaurant, to rolling dice, the two rhymers smoothly tour us around their neighborhood, offering insight into Brooklyn’s melting-pot atmosphere.

The video and their smooth, laid-back delivery reflect Droog and Heems’ non-ostentatious style, injecting a sense of authenticity into the visual and rhyme schemes.

Let Droog and Heems take you around by watching the below video:

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