In 2001, Puzz Pacino released his independent Hip-Hop and R&B Compilation Album entitled New York’s Illest. The album garnered major attention and acclaim in the New York music scene and Puzz Pacino was in the process of signing a Multi-million-dollar distribution deal with a major record label when he was arrested and convicted in 2001 for a crime he did not commit. The team at the Madison Avenue Entertainment Group is now re-releasing the album to the public to raise money and awareness about Puzz Pacino’s case such that we can overturn his wrongful conviction. Please show your support for the movement to FREE Puzz Pacino by streaming and/or downloading a copy of the album below:
2) Life Is Too Short - By: Boe & Villa
3) Stretched Out - By: Boe & Villa
4) BK Connection - By: Boe & Villa
5) Live It Up - By: Boe & Villa
6) Do You Wanna? (Can You Handle It?) (feat. Puzz Pacino)
7) I'm Sorry By: Pepci
8) Boyfiend/Girlfriend By: Pepci (feat. Boe & Villa)
9) What's My Name? By: Puzz Pacino (feat.Keisha and Hawk)
10) Real Woman By: Puzz Pacino
11) Get Wit You By: Puzz Pacino
12) Ghetto Girl By: Puzz Pacino (feat.Jason Of Soul 4 Real)
13) Fear No Man By: Puzz Pacino (feat. Boe & Villa)
14) Don't Hold Back By: Kira Scott
15) Something 4 You By: Kira Scott
16) Get it Right By: Kira Scott
17) All My Love, Is All I Have By: Kira Scott
18) Closer By: Kira Scott
19) Apology Not Accepted By: Thi-Lai
WATCH VIDEO FROM THE NEW YORK'S ILLEST ALBUM BELOW!
New York's Illest Releases Independent Hip-Hop Album to Help FREE Their Innocent Comrade!!
The Team M.A.E.G. has made Puzz Pacino Presents: New York's Illest Available to sample for FREE. If you like that album and would like to continue to support our movement to FREE Puzz Pacino we ask that you be kind enough to download a copy of the Album at any of the digital music outlets below as all proceeds are donated to the Puzz Pacino Legal Defense Fund!