Not letting the split between the owners of Roc-A-Fella slow their progress, Young Gunz are ready to hit the streets with Jay-Z by their side. “Jay‘s the boss, and we’re his priority,Chris told MTV.

He’s 110 percent with us because this is his first time coming out being president, so it got to be a good look for all of us. We all got to step up. He’s behind the desk, but he still comes to the studio with us. If the beat ain’t right, switch the beat, get a new producer … we keep it moving.” Their next album Brother From Another sees the duo working with such producers as Swizz Beatz, Red Spyder and Daz Dillinger.

We don’t feel no pressure,” he said. “We treat this like our first album. We’re keeping the same momentum. We ain’t eaten and we’re hungry. We hungry, we hungry!Jay-Z, Foxy Brown, Memphis Bleek, Will Giest and 112