No longer safe from his cloak of anonymity, Brooklyn's current mystery man Your Old Droog surfaced on DJ Statik Selektah's 'Showoff Radio' show on Shade 45. Other than giving the people a quick rundown of what he's been up to lately, Droog did what rappers are expected to do during any radio interview: drop a few rhymes off the cuff.

Statik, being the boom-bap purist that he is, chose to throw Droog to the wolves, leaving him with only a life-saver in the form of DJ Premier instrumentals. And Droog surely didn't sink, flowing with an urgency reserved for moments like this.

Starting off with the Jay Z and Foxy Brown classic, 'Ain't No,' Droog opens up, spitting, "Every morning like an Asian, doing Tai-Chi, you busy tryna be rap's Liberace, or packing burners like Hibachi," before flipping landmark bars from Smiff-n-Wessun's 'Sound Bwoi Bureill.'

The track then skips to another Premo goodie, 'Return of the Crooklyn Dodgers' soundscape, with Droog continuing his lyrical warpath before declaring, "They can't see me." From the sounds of this clip, he's speaking more fact than fiction.

Be sure to cop Your Old Droog's self-titled LP album here.

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