Your Old Droog had a groundbreaking 2014: His self-titled debut album received a thumbs-up from The New York Times, and rap Twitter thought he was "Nas in disguise." (Compliments don't get much bigger than that.) 2015 has been good to Droog, too: His Kinison EP, released in February, is still doing the rounds, his set at SXSW was a festival highlight—and now, he is ready to take his observant lyricism global.
Speaking on his latest track, "Senseless Killin' II," and upcoming performance on British soil, the rapper's rapper told Complex: "Before I head out across the pond for The #EuroDROOG Tour, I'm dropping this joint produced by my man DJ Skizz that showcases my famed yet underutilized 'George Benson from Remulak' impression (it's basically me scatting and rhyming along with the different sounds in the beat). Peep the Kid 'N' Play reference in the song, too." Check it out below.