Memphis Bleek releases a new music video for “Let That Beat Roc.” The visual showcases a compilation of footage which includes some live performance coverage, a studio session and the rapper performing to the camera as he kicks his feet up with a glass and a stogie. Take a look as JAY Z’s hypeman demonstrates why he still has what it takes to compete with the best of them.
Boi-1da’s infamous “Pound Cake” instrumental gets another remix courtesy of Memphis Bleek. The New York bred rapper takes the opportunity to drop some introspective bars over the laid-back production and demonstrate he hasn’t lost a step when it comes to his lyrical abilities. Bleek takes listeners back to the block and reflects on some of his past dirt while growing up in troubled conditions all in the pursuit of a the almighty dollar.
Memphis Bleek takes Rick Ross’ instrumental for “I Wonder Why” and delivers his own remixed freestyle version. Take a listen as the New York native laces the hard-hitting track with Bedstuy inspired bars about his early street days, living the high life and getting around with the ladies. It doesn’t sound like Bleek has missed a beat as the rapper demonstrates he’s still got it and lets listeners know he’s got more on the way.
Former Roc-A-Fella artist and Jay-Z hype man Memphis Bleek drops a new joint today titled “Never”. This soulful track will be featured on Memphis’ new mixtape which is currently in the works. Take a listen.