Recently, Damon Dash had returned to the news. Obviously, his best days were when he was with Jay-Z and Roc-A-Fella Records. In his latest conversations with the media, Dash finds himself speaking about his time with the label. The last talk that he had with the media detailed exactly why he and Jay-Z are no longer partners.
While Damon Dash has done a lot of talking, his most recent outing had him showing. For the first time since 2004, he and Memphis Bleek were in the same room. It was said that out of all of the rivalries going on between the members of the Roc, the feud between Bleek and Dame was probably the fiercest one. Memphis Bleek and Damon Dash got into a heated argument only days before the breakup.
This heated argument took place six years ago. In the time since their argument, the Roc-A-Fella label is no longer in operation. The final two artists on the label are in a position to leave and even Jay-Z has moved on. No longer is Memphis Bleek in the background at the Roc, he has moved and found a new home for his Get Low imprint. After ten years with Def Jam, Bleek decided to move to an independent label for distribution.
Only a few days ago, Damon Dash and Memphis Bleek were in the same room for the first time since the fall of 2004. The last time these two met in person, things were completely different. Now, Bleek has moved on and he had even said that he could possibly end his feud with Dash, because he is now primarily focused on getting his new music out. Memphis Bleek has long declared hip hop beef irrelevant and unnecessary.
Now that Damon Dash and Memphis Bleek are cool with each other, it is possible that the two could begin working together. Since Roc-A-Fella Records is barely in existence, almost everyone can admit that the best years of the label were when Dame was in charge. No longer will Memphis Bleek have Jay-Z watching his operation, so he will need some sort of help. Being both the flagship artist and the CEO who develops artists is quite difficult.
Memphis Bleek may decide to bring Damon Dash into the Get Low family so that he can help him sign and develop artists, along with helping him to finally take over the game.