Memphis Bleek is back with more talk of money, gangbanging, and police incompetence on the fifth leaked cut from his upcoming album, The Process. On Let It Off, Bleek finally uses a street-sounding beat to match his flow. However, his verse is outshined by Roc brother Uncle Murda. Ironic, considering Bleek was the Roc’s first signee and Murda just got signed this year. Either way, Let It Off is a carbon copy of Bleek’s earlier raps. Will Bleek further re-establish the dominance of Roc-A-Fella? Find out when The Process hits stores sometime in ‘08.
Written by Burmy on 12/6/07
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