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Memphis Bleek – I’m For My Family (prod. Guru)

Jay-Z and Memphis Bleek perform during the "In Concert On The Eve Of Change" at The Warner Theatre on January 19, 2009 in Washington, DC.

Memphis Bleek – I’m For My Family (Produced by Guru)

Bonus:

Memphis Bleek – Lil Youngin | Memphis Bleek – Um Um Umm

Check the Guru joint… Shouts to Splash.


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15 Responses to “Memphis Bleek – I’m For My Family (prod. Guru)”

  1. ShamanRap.Com Says:

    AYooooooo!!
    Mem is back !!! Roc boys is da buildin !
    I love em !!!

  2. DeHere Says:

    Guru like Young Guru or like monotone mc Guru?

  3. Dre Says:

    # DeHere Says:
    April 5th, 2009 at 11:34 am e

    Guru like Young Guru or like monotone mc Guru?
    __________________________________________

    One is known for engineering a lot of Roc-A-Fella records… who do you think it is?

  4. Seth Gueko Says:

    lol yeah Young Guru
    of course

  5. Seth Gueko Says:

    Bleek!

  6. DeHere Says:

    well shit…you never know…Heavy D popped up *ll* out of nowhere and was producing tracks for Jay and Beans a few years back

  7. CT. Says:

    NICE JOINT… WHT UP WITH RNF THOUGH? I HERD TRACEY LEE WAS A LAWYER AND DOING SOME JOINTS WITH YOUNG GURU.

  8. spirit equality Says:

    how the f–k is young guru gonna go as just “guru” now? it’s bad enough he called himself young guru. that’s like some dude calling himself “young q-tip”. we need a board…

  9. spirit equality Says:

    I HERD TRACEY LEE WAS A LAWYER AND DOING SOME JOINTS WITH YOUNG GURU.

    ^^ tracey lee is an entertainment attorney based in the dc area.

  10. bc-tw Says:

    Hiphop has completely lost sight of its origin.
    There are and always have been rules to this game.
    One of the most important rules is no biting allowed.
    But people just don’t care anymore.
    First it started with biting someone’s beat, and though there was a small murmur about it, nothing happened and everybody started biting other people’s beats.
    Then it went on to styles – whether it be lyrical or clothing. Again, nothing happened, sending a clear sign to the streets that anything goes.
    But now the inconceivable has happened — niggas stealing names outright with unabashed pride! And NO ONE is saying shit about it except for some disgruntled niggas online like me!
    So how then is it that some random ass studio engineer — who’s only claim to fame outside of riding Jay-Z’s dick is “producing” a cheap-sounding beat on a fucking Little Brother mixtape — can not only have the audacity, but also the co-signatures of so many respected people who have been in rap and hiphop for decades to use any variation of the rap moniker “guru”?? Especially when that name Guru belongs to such a respected and talented hiphop veteran emcee who has provided us all — including this new jack Guru imposter — with countless classics?

    HIPHOP IS FUCKING DEAD AS A DOOR KNOB.

  11. PI Says:

    COME ON SON KNOCK IT OFF, HE’S A ENGINEER, NOT AN MC A FUCKING ENGINEER,,, HE’S MIXED ENOUGH RECORDS TO PICK UP THE CRAFT OF PRODUCING, DONT YOU THINK? HE’s EVEN MIXED JOINT WITH PREMIERE,, DAMN GIVE THE NIGGA A BREAK. I DONT THINK HIS INTENTIONS IS TO SLAP SON IN THE FACE… FOR ALL THAT WHAT ABOUT DR. DRE AND ED LOVER AND DR. DRE AFTERMATH? 2 DIFFRENT SITUATIONS RIGHT? RADIO PERSONNEL AND PRODUCER/MC/AND CEO.

    NOT THAT SERIOUS HOMEY RELAX!!!!
    RNF TA DEF..UHHU.

  12. PI Says:

    BUT I DO AGREE WITH CT.. WHAT UP WIT RNF? FAM?

  13. PI Says:

    LMAO

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  15. ha Says:

    this fuckin fag you are not a g chill with that shit blood make some good records or go get a good artist to sponor get low is trash as a whole not one of those acts are worthy come on you act like that old ass dude jay z aint train u!

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