Memphis Bleek - Keenan Higgins

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Pain In Da Ass - Keenan Higgins

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Memphis Bleek - Keenan Higgins

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Young Guru - Keenan Higgins

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Young Guru - Keenan Higgins

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Freeway - Keenan Higgins

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Freeway & Memphis Bleek - Keenan Higgins

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Freeway & Memphis Bleek - Keenan Higgins

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Freeway & Memphis Bleek - Keenan Higgins

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Freeway - Keenan Higgins

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Freeway & Neef Buck - Keenan Higgins

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Neef Buck - Keenan Higgins

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Neef Buck - Keenan Higgins

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Smif-n-Wessun - Keenan Higgins

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Smif-n-Wessun - Keenan Higgins

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Smif-n-Wessun - Keenan Higgins

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Boot Camp Clik - Keenan Higgins

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Boot Camp Clik - Keenan Higgins

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Photography By: Keenan Higgins

Last night, Brooklyn’s own and Roc-A-Fella alumni Memphis Bleek brought us back to the era of real rap at SOBs. Bleek’s headlining show was supported by opening local acts Lady Sparks and Kai, as well as a plethora of surprise guests. Brooklyn was indeed in the house as Bleek allowed acts like Freeway, Neef Buck, Smif-n-Wessun and Sean Price to hit the stage and perform their classics. What started as an empty venue quickly filled up to see Bleek go into songs like “Round Here,” “War,” “Change Up” and “1-900-Hustler.” In case you missed the show, click through our gallery to see what went down.