Queens Crew (DJFFNYTT)
|Appears in||Def Jam Fight For NY |
Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover
|Venue Hangout||The Limit|
|Fighting Style||Streetfighting |
|Strengths||Upper Strength |
|Blazin' Move (s)||M.A.D.E.|
- "Steppin' up to fight me? Worse choice of your life, let's do it."
- —Memphis Bleek
Memphis Bleek is a featured fighter and a playable character in Def Jam Fight for NY.
After a three-year hiatus from the rap scene, Roc-A-Fella's golden boy has truly come of age. At 25, Memphis Bleek, the first artist ever signed to the ROC label and long known as Jay-Z's hand-picked prodigy, has already seen the success of two certified gold albums, 1999's Coming Of Age and 2000's The Understanding. Now, with the release of M.A.D.E. , Bleek is back and ready to take his career to the next level with what is easily the most diverse, most personal, and strongest album of his already accomplished career. M.A.D.E. continues with "Round Here," a dirty, down-south piece of funk featuring Trick Daddy ("I know you scared now!") that expands the aesthetic of the album right toward "We Ballin'," a joint with the kind of addictive Indian/Bangra beat that makes it hard not to sing along: "School a little youth off the game / I was young just like ‘em / Jay taught me the same," Bleek rhymes before the jam's breath-heavy hook pays homage to the harmonies of the west side.
Def Jam Fight For NYEdit
Watch as he brings the fight to you in Def Jam Fight For NY. Memphis Bleek works for D-Mob as a Club Boss at the Limit, but you'll probably see him elsewhere around town as well. Hero will fight him to earn back the Limit club to Crow.
- "Yeah, how you like me now lil' homie?" - Victory quote
- "Let's go asshole!"
- "I got something for you."
- "I'm about to whoop yo ass homie!"
- "Get Low!" - blazin' mode
- Memphis Bleek's blazin' move M.A.D.E. is named after his third album of the same name.