NY's Finest is an album by Hip-Hop producer Pete Rock. The album was Rock's first studio album since 2004's Soul Survivor II. The first single is "914", featuring Lox members Styles P and Sheek Louch, backed with B-side "The PJs", featuring Wu-Tang Clan members Raekwon and Masta Killa. Rapper, DJ, and producer Pete Rock first emerged in 1991 as one half of a duo with C.L. Smooth, debuting with the All Souled Out EP; the hit LP Mecca and the Soul Brother followed before the two went their separate ways in the wake of 1994's The Main Ingredient, with Rock remaining a prolific studio presence prior to the release of his solo debut, Soul Survivor, four years later. BBE issued the hip-hop-centric PeteStrumentals in spring 2001.