Bleek keeps the ball rolling with 16 bars over Lil Snupe’s track. Not for nothing, Bleek’s at his best over instrumentals like this. Remember this gem?
Think Memphis Bleek got any worries? Nope. Here’s his take on French’s latest single. Hakuna matata, muthafucka.
For the paps, DC’s own Kingpen Slim emphasizes to hold off on the snaps on the remix featuring the Memph Man. Produced by Team Demo.
Memphis Bleek will never put the mic down. So as he prepares for The Movement 2, he continues to keep a good supply of new music and here’s his latest.
Where’s the love? Over Tony Yayo’s instrumental, Memphis Bleek keeps opportunists at bay. He’s got a point though. People aren’t the same when Jay-Z’s around.
“I go hard in the streets nigga, you only go hard in tweets, nigga (you do!).”
Ain’t that the truth. Memphis Bleek commandeers Big Sean’s mixtape favorite for his latest freestyle. The Movement 2 mixtape coming soon.
The Gramercy Theater was packed to the brim last night for the Roc-A-Fella Reunion Concert. Without Hov or Beans, the Young Gunz, Freeway and Memphis Bleek held things down with special guests, Mos Def, Peedi Crakk and N.O.R.E. With Young Gurue and Just Blaze on the turntables, here’s a recap of what you missed.
New Music: Freeway, Neef Buck, Young Chris, Memphis Bleek, Peedi Crakk & Pain In Da Ass” “Roc Reloaded”Tuesday, December 18 2012 8:26 AM EST | Posted by: Big Homie | Posted in: Blog, Music
Produced by Jake One, a good majority of the Roc reunite on wax for Freeway’s Black Santa EP arriving on Christmas Eve. Don’t forget their show at the Gramercy Theatre is tomorrow. Cop tix here.