Memphis Bleek Recruits Sean Price For Some RNS Overtop A Roc-A-Fella Glory-Sounding Beat (Audio)

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While questions lurk about Memphis Bleek’s latest label venture, Roc Solid, Marcy Projects’ own is picking up speed in a career that nearly spans 20 years. M.Dot keeps things Brooklyn on “RNS,” the re-popularized phrase that was also a Bumpy Knuckles & DJ Premier joint from a decade ago, bringing in Brownsville’s Sean Price. Rob Kelly also guests on a song that clearly aims for that Just Blaze/Kanye West, early 2000s Roc-A-Fella Records sound. It succeeds, as Bleek hits his mark.


This is from Memphis Bleek’s new The Movement II mixtape, which you can grab at

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