Mysterious Brooklyn rapper will debut live with a performance at NYC's Webster Hall.
Your Old Droog is stepping out of the shadows and onto a New York City stage, for the very first time in his career. The mysterious Brooklyn rapper's debut live performance is slated for September 3, at Manhattan's Webster Hall, reports Complex.
Nas was said to actually be Droog in disguise, due to his lyrical likeness to the Queensbridge MC. A few people who claim to have met Droog in person only fuel the curiosity. Mac Miller is among the small group.
During a game of Connect 4 with MTV News writer Rob Markman, Miller randomly blurted out, "You know who I f--- with is that Your Old Droog. Droog is tight. Did you hear the s--- I did with him?" He burst out laughing then added, "The world don't need to know nothing. The world never knows anything."
Miller could've helped dispel the double-identity rumor surrounding Droog, had he not been seen in the studio with God's Son recently.
So while the mystery continues, Droog is busy churning out new material in the form of "No Message," a track featuring Rast RFC who will open for him at Webster Hall.
Droog dropped his self-titled debut EP last month.
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(Photo: Your Old Droog via Twitter)