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The Process
Studio album by Memphis Bleek
Released March 23, 2010
Recorded 2005-2010
Genre Hip hop
Label Get Low/Mass Appeal/E1
Producer Jay-Z (exec.), Neo Da Matrix, The Neptunes, Scott Storch
Memphis Bleek chronology
534
(2005)
The Process
(2010)
Singles from The Process
  1. "Still Ill[1]"
    Released: February 2, 2010

The Process is the upcoming fifth studio album by rapper Memphis Bleek. It is set to be released on March 23, 2010 via Bleek's label, Get Low, Mass Appeal and E1.[2]

Contents

Background

The Process was scheduled to be released as early as 2006.[3] Bleek has worked on The Process since 2005 and during that time frame he would release the songs "Hustla", "Get Ya Money Off" and "Let It Off". Videos were released for "Get Ya Money Up" and "Let It Off".[4] During this time, he would also leave Roc-A-Fella after Jay-Z told him he could run his own company and had the proper distribution deals to do so.[5] He found a new home in 2009 when he signed to Mass Appeal Entertainment.[6]

Possible Tracks

  • "Still Ill"
  • "Imma Grind" (featuring Rick Ross)[7]
  • "They Don't Know" (featuring Denim)
  • "Trust Me"[8]
  • "Why They Hate Me"[9]
  • "Get Ya Money Up"[10]
  • "Let It Off" (featuring Uncle Murda)[11]
  • "Hustla" (Produced by Neo Da Matrix)[12]
  • "Don't Get Ya Head Bust" (featuring Pharrell) (Originally Recorded by Fam-Lay)
  • "Say So" (featuring Uncle Murda)
  • "My Life"

Samples

References








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