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Memphis Bleek, Kush Vol. 2

Memphis Bleek has been pegged as the quintessential rap sidekick, an artist who rode the coattails of a star to his own success. His relationship to Jay-Z has been immeasurably informative in his career, sure, but the Brooklyn rhymer also carved out a solid solo following. He's released four albums on his own, all of which realized respectable levels of commercial success. But his last retail effort was released in 2005, shortly before Hov spit the memorable "Diamonds From Sierra Leone" line, "Bleek could be one hit away his whole career/As long as I'm alive he's a millionaire/And even if ...

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