Memphitz recently moved to LA, leaving her behind in ATL. but we're told Memphitz will let Toya file the papers.
We're told Memphitz -- who appeared with Toya on the BET reality show "Toya: A Family Affair" -- no longer wanted to be part of a "celebrity marriage." For him, it's now all about career.
E., his flow is tighter than ever, he gets the best beats of his career, and he performs with ferocity on most songs: the opening run of "Everything's a Go" (with Jay-Z), "Round Here" (with Trick Daddy and T.
In contrast, there are some fumbles, in particular a run-of-the-mill Nate Dogg duet that aims for "21 Questions" territory but misses.
We might dress the same, but we not alike I'm authentic street, you the prototype I made a living out here moving off-white And you made a living out here nigga off hype [Chorus: King A1] [Verse 2: King A1] Shorty say that I'm the shit I think the same Ooh she said she love me I don't think the same Two big blunts, man they look the same Hustlers get the money, bitch I do the same [Chorus: King A1] [Verse 2: Memphis Bleek] All this comparison, shits embarrassing You engaged to the game homie I married it So let the D'Usse overflow the chalices Whole team gully with more gold than the Vatican Everybody say they ball, but we all don't play the same Your Rosé is Moët so this pink bottle don't taste the same Niggas say they living but your bank account don't say the same Plus you said you run your hood, but the hood don't feel the same And niggas said they bought the same car, but the engine different You got some cylinders missing, I got my ceiling missing I come through stunting, ain't nothing different though And I still feel there's no competition ho [Chorus: King A1] 5 years after his last single, Still Ill, Bleek returns with a trap-style beat from Ballistic Beats and Speezy featuring King A1, an artist that Bleek has recently signed to his Warehouse Music label.
Bleek explains that this is the beginning of an onslaught of new music that is designed to help him integrate back in to the music scene.
” The "How To Lose A Husband" author even explained to during an interview why Memp Hitz decided to walk out.
And then there was that whole 8-day hall pass to cheat controversy.
Michelle Memphitz feud was exaggerated for television, and that reports of Memphitz stealing money from her were also overblown. Michelle Memphitz feud seemed to come to an end, when the pair appeared to mend fences five years after their acrimonious split. in a Memphis hotel room in 2009; this past weekend, though, K.
“' You sure Fat Joe want my number—me—out of everybody?
“' Yo, you think Jay will do the remix to that joint? Rather than answer that question for Hov, he called Jay right after getting off the phone with Fat Joe. As a newly minted label CEO, Bleek signed Manolo Rose and Casanova after putting them on to Hov.
Memphis Bleek was born in Brooklyn, New York, and is long time friends with rapper Jay-Z.
Born Malik Cox on June 23, 1978, Memphis Bleek is primarily known for his tenure at Roc-a-Fella Records and his work as a CEO at his own label Get Low Records.