Memphis Bleek’s “The Process” has been Pushed Back

15 Oct

Memphis BleekThroughout his career, Memphis Bleek has been labeled as the rapper that remained one hit away. Many credit this to him being the constant sidekick to Jay-Z, arguably the biggest rap act in the game for the past ten years. Now, Jay-Z and Memphis Bleek no longer record together.

Last year, Jay-Z left Roc-A-Fella Records to create a new label, Roc Nation, and Memphis Bleek left Roc-A-Fella Records to find a label to not only release his music, but also the music of his own Get Low Records. Roc-A-Fella only released albums from Bleek, not the entire label.

Earlier this year, Memphis Bleek landed an exclusive distribution deal with Mass Appeal Entertainment to release albums from him and other releases from other artists signed to Get Low Records. The first release in this new deal is supposed to be Memphis Bleek’s album, The Process.

Recently, there was some news on the album. As the label and Memphis Bleek search for the right first single, the album was pushed back. For his tenth year in hip hop, Bleek will not be releasing an album to celebrate. Instead, he will hold off and release The Process sometime in 2010.

An executive from Mass Appeal Entertainment confirmed that Memphis Bleek’s album, The Process, will be released in January 2010.

One Response to “Memphis Bleek’s “The Process” has been Pushed Back”

  1. KristinaMAE October 19, 2009 at 7:25 pm #

    To all Memphis Bleek fans, follow him on Facebook at http://artist.to/memphisbleek/

    Keep up to date with news, info, and the release of “The Process” in January 2010!

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