Acclaimed Ukrainian-American rapper Your Old Droog recently made waves with the unexpected release of It Wasn't Even Close, an album that drew widespread attention and endless praise after dropping in April with no advance warning. Fresh off this success, your old pal is returning less than two months later with Transportation. The album features 15 tracks, all of which loosely relate to a method of transportation. The bulk of the beats on Transportation are handled in-house by eclectic Inwood beat wizard Mono en Stereo. Droog sounds more than at home delivering the audio equivalent of comfort food, with interludes sprinkled around beats and rhymes that go together like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a cold glass of milk in the middle of the night. In Droog's case, it might be Bulgarian buttermilk.