Your Old Droog is on a comedic quest, sharing his take on a ‘normal’ day in Times Square in New York City.

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In his new video for the Marco Polo-produced track “42 (Forty Deuce)” Your Old Droog wears several hats, including a breakdancing Elmo, a hot dog street vendor, a homeless veteran, a street artist and most naturally, someone selling his new fire mixtape on the street.

The video is a hilarious one, looking at New York City in a clever way, matching the wordplay on the song, fitting lines such as “Like Times Square at night, I’m lit,” perfectly.


“A song that’s literally been in the making for over a decade. Wanted to flip this sample since ’05 and I finally brought it to a producer and got the job done,” Droog shared with Complex. “It’s about a special place I really used to frequent back in the days. The video is a halfway glimpse into that and my halfway breakdancing skills. ‘Yo, you listen to Hip Hop?!'”

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Brooklyn resident KC Orcutt aims to capture moments found in music. Her freelance writing career has brought her to many places over the years, including London, Croatia, Prague, all over the US and on tour with her favorite hometown rappers. Happiest when working with words and people, KC is first and foremost an enthusiast of her craft and supporter of all things dope.

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