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NYGz – Gangstaz of New York (Prod. by Thorotracks)

I think I’m going to need to change my blog name into Year Round Records blog, cause I have a new NYGz track for y’all. The group is next on the roster of Year Round Records label by DJ Premier. There album is going to call “Pros N Cons” and will be enterily produced by Premo! The release date is fall 2009, but we all know… Now this track isn’t produced by Preem so I don’t know if we’ll see an official release of it? It’s produced by Thorotracks or something like that. Uploaded on request, here for everybody and believe me, it’s going to be NYGz weekend!

NYGz – Gangstaz of New York (Prod. by Thorotracks) (Radio Rip)

LiveFromHQ Playlist 10/07/2009


  1. U-God – Train Trussle (Feat. Ghostface Killah, Scotty Wotty)
  2. Alchemist – ALC Theme (Feat. Kool G Rap)
  3. Sonny Seeza – We Got Next (Feat. Steven King)
  4. Legacy – TKO (Feat. Phonte, Chaudon & Sean Price)
  5. Alchemist – Chemical Warfare (Feat. Eminem)
  6. Alchemist – Acts of Voilence (Feat. Oh No)
  7. 50 Cent – Where You Are
  8. Blaq Poet – Rap Addiction (Feat. Shabeeno & Lil Fame)
  9. Clipse – I’m Good (Feat. Pharell)
  10. Alchemist – Lights, Cameras, Action (Feat. Lil Fame)
  11. NYGz – Gangstaz Of New York
  12. Blaq Poet – Ain’t Nuttin’ Changed (Feat. MC Eiht & Young Maylay) (Queensbridge to California Remix)
  13. Jesse West – Genius (Feat. Bumpy Knuckles)
  14. Alchemist – Therapy (Feat. Evidence, Blu, Talib Kweli & Kid Cudi)
  15. Royce da 5’9″ – Street Hop 2009
  16. Alchemist – Grand Concourse (Feat. KRS-One)

Guests: Alchemist

Asher Roth Wants to Work With DJ Premier on New LP

Switching gears, Asher Roth told XXL that he is currently working on his sophomore album. And it seems like the SRC rapper is trying to deliver an old school vibe for his next LP. “You know I’m really interested in Pete Rock and DJ Premier and that New York sound, and that ’90s sound. I really wanna get in on that.”

Source: XXLmag

Limp Bizkit also wanted to work with Premo back in the days…