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YZ (rapper)

YZ (aka Anthony Hill) is a rapper from Trenton Hills, New Jersey.[1] He is best known for his two early-1990s albums.[2]

YZ is the owner of Blackworld Entertainment, a management firm. He re-entered the personal management field and is managing recording artists Daddy-O, of Stetsasonic, X-Clan, Sonny Bonoho, Tray Chaney, Met Bronson, Ozara Ode, Jeni Fujita, producer/artist Bobbie Fine; and producers: King Midas and DJ Cozmos. Additionally he brokers for Stic.Man of Dead Prez and is the managing Consultant for the record labels NREG (Nappy Roots Entertainment Group) based in Atlanta; and Team Maverick/700 Block, based in New Jersey.

YZ discovered such acts as Poor Righteous Teachers, Agallah, Urban Thermo Dynamics, a group feat Ces, DCQ and Mos Def.

YZ expanded his entertainment realm by getting behind the scenes of the television and radio world. He is the creator, executive producer, and host of the TV show Comin at Ya Live and the Internet's first hip-hop talk-radio show The After Thought.

In 1999, he appeared on two tracks on Aim's album, Cold Water Music.



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  • cominatyalive

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