Memphis Bleek's B.B. King Blues Club & Grill Show: "Witness Something That's Still So Raw & Hip-Hop"
Tired of going to boring concerts? Need a reason to hit up the Big Apple? Want to see one of the Roc-A-Fella legends in-person?
Today, check out SOHH correspondent Jacob Mercado's top five reasons you should go see rap veteran Memphis Bleek take over B.B. King Blues & Grill Monday, January 15 in New York City. [Make sure to read each reason and enter to win free passes!]
Reason 1: Respeck On His Name
The first reason you should go check out Memphis Bleek at B.B. King's Blues Club & Grill on Monday, January 15 is because he's a certified hip-hop veteran who has rapped with some of the greats. In the 2000s, Bleek was like Picasso with the way he sampled classics and the beat was his canvas. His debut album Coming of Age and The Understanding represented the transition from 90's beats to the age of Kanye West and Just Blaze. It's a nice feeling to just sit back and enjoy that moment in your life where you were able to sit and think about the decade and I know you old heads know what I'm talking about. Memphis Bleek has that song that brings you back to your old day when he was chilling in Marcy projects with the baggy shirts, du-rags with the Air Force Ones.
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