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Memphis Bleek
Feed the Streets Part 3

Since Jay-Z stepped down as president of Def Jam, speculation about the collapse of Roc-A-Fella has run rampant. Instead of waiting idly by, Memphis Bleek has been hitting the mixtape market and campaigning that the chain still remains. With fans not yet convinced, the Brooklyn spitter recruits the original R.O.C. skit man, Pain in Da Ass, to help further his cause with <em>Feed the Streets Part 3</em>. Memph Man utilizes Prince’s “Pop Life” to strike out on his own with the singsongy “My Life.” Rejecting the sentiment that he’s simply written in Jay’s will somewhere, Bleek spits, “Two hundred large, I ...

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