New Song ‘DBZ’ Features Method Man, Denzel Curry, and Your Old Droog

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    Your Old Droog Enlists Method Man, Denzel Curry, and Madlib for New Dragon Ball Z-Inspired Song

    Your Old Droog has assembled a powerhouse team for his latest release, enlisting Method Man, Denzel Curry, and Madlib for his new song “DBZ.” The track, which dropped on Thursday, features hard-hitting verses from Meth and Denzel over a Madlib beat.

    Explaining the inspiration behind the song, Droog revealed that “DBZ” stands for Dragon Ball Z, the iconic Japanese anime series from the ’80s and ’90s. Originally titled “DBZ vs Street Fighter,” in reference to the popular video game series, Droog shortened it for streaming purposes.

    The song kicks off with Droog’s slick rhymes, followed by Method Man’s aggressive bars and Denzel’s clever wordplay. The collaboration showcases the diverse talents of these three artists, blending their unique styles seamlessly.

    In addition to the star-studded lineup on “DBZ,” Droog has been receiving praise from rap veterans like Black Thought. The Roots MC recently commended Droog for his distinct sound and talent, highlighting their mutual respect and mentorship in the music industry.

    With Method Man, Denzel Curry, and Madlib on board, Your Old Droog’s “DBZ” is sure to be a hit among hip-hop fans. The track not only pays homage to a beloved anime series but also showcases the lyrical prowess of these talented artists.