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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 17, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: Roc-a-Fella
  • ASIN: B0009A401Q
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,233,457 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By ThaRealest0431 on May 17, 2005
Format: Audio CD
After releasing three gold status albums, Memphis Bleek returns on the scene with his 4th solo album, "543." This is the first album released from the new Roc-A-Fella Records and with Jay-Z as the President of Def Jam.

1.534 - Good beat, Bleek rips it, hook is alright - 4/5

2. Interlude - More like an intro to the next track - no rating

3. Dear Summer (Featuring Jay-Z) - Bleek had a solo track on Jay's "Vol. 2 Hard Knock Life" and now Bleek returns the favor...Jay-Z's first solo track since his retirement, Pretty good beat, Jay basically spits one long verse with a voice shouting "for the summer" throughout the track - 4/5

4. Like That - Great beat, Bleek spits viciously, hook is good - 4.5/5

5. Infatuated (Featuring Boxie) - Good beat, Bleek spits good, Boxie's hook is good - 4.5/5

6. The One (Featuring Rihanna) - Good beat, Bleek spits good, Rihanna's hook is good - 4.5/5

7. First, Last, and Only (Featuring M.O.P.) - Good beat, everyone spits pretty good, no hook - 3.5/5

8. Get Low (Featuring Livin' Proof) - Good beat, Bleek and Proof both spit good, hook is lame - 4/5

9. Oh Baby (Featuring Young Gunz) - Good beat, Bleek spits two verses and Chris and Neef spit one verse going back and forth, hook is pretty good - 4.5/5

10. Smoke the Pain Away (Featuring Denim) - Great beat, Bleek spits hard, Denim's hook is good - 5/5

11. Hater Free - Good beat, Bleek spits good, hook is good - 4.5/5

12. Alright - Great beat, Bleek completely murders this track, hook is great - 5/5

13. All About Me - Great beat, Bleek spits good, hook is alright - 4/5

14. Straight Path - Pretty good beat, Bleek spits some deep lyrics about his brother, hook is ok...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Danno Omen on December 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Memphis Bleek was supposed to carry the torch for the Roc when Jay retired but i think the torch is in Kanye's hands now.This LP is a solid LP and for my first listen to Memphis Bleek with the exception of his couple of verses on Tha Dynasty LP and his couple songs on The Roc Files Vol.1 i was quite pleased.While he is no Jay-Z on the mic he is and average to slightly above average lyricist and he put a solid LP together here.This is another Rocafella album that starts off strong and then fall off a bit in the later stages of the album(Like most Rocafella albums IMO).the opening track "534" has a strong beat and Memph spits some good lines.The Dear Summer track with Jay-z is a good track and even though a lot of people say this has no beat it does(except for the first 5-10 seconds or so)although it isn't the most exciting beat it fits the song well. The lead single "Like That" is a good track but the public wasn't feeling it i guess, just like most of Bleek's singles. The Infastrated song is a good song and is one of the stronger cuts on the album.The song with Rhianna is good as well as the one with the Young Gunz.The Young Gunz and Bleek work very well on the track and all spit some good lines.This album is a good album and it will keep Rocafella heads pleased and occupied until the supposed Nas and Jay-z LP which will be OFF THE CHAIN if it really does come out although it will be interesting to see how well they can work together on an album.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hip Hop on November 1, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This was the first release from Rocafella/Def Jam under the Carter administration and they came out with all guns blazing. The first track from the album reinstates Bleek as the young gun under Hova's wing and assures all doubters that he hasn't lost his agressive flow over quality Rocafella beats. Later on in the album Bleek supplies us with introspective tracks combing over the events of the last couple of years of his life including "Straight Path" and "All About Me". Other stand out cuts include Jay-Z's "Dear Summer" Hova's love letter breaking it off with his beloved and starting his new relationship with corprate america; "Like That" provides a scorching beat from Swizz Beats with an addictive hook from Memphis but it just seems to fall short of that one hit that Bleek needs to crossover. It is a quality album though that ensures him he is one step closer to really Coming of Age
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Norfeest VINE VOICE on May 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Is it just me, or does anyone else feel like this is the kind of stuff Bleek should've been dropping in the first place? I mean, he's never been all that amazing as far as lyrical skills are concerned, but this album is easily his most well rounded. Beats, rhymes, and flow -- it's all there this time around. The production is on point. Joints like "Get Low", "Like That", and "Oh Baby" are all sure to keep heads nodding. "Dear Summer" is a pretty good joint which features some decent work from Jay Z. Jay has slipped lyrically, but he still manages to do a decent job here. Also, 9th Wonder laces Bleek with a killer beat on "Alright" (hurry up with that new Little Brother album, dammit!). In my mind, this is the best song on the album because Bleek is actually saying something and the beat is dope (his verse on Dear Summer is suspect). Also, "Straight Path" is pretty tight and Bleek comes through on the lyrical side again.

There are a few cuts on the album that should've been sent straight to the trash bin. "Infatuated" and "The One" are sort of generic and they have a "been there done that" feel to them. "Smoke The Pain Away" is the obligatory "weed" song. It's decent, but it suffers from a suspect hook. "All About Me" is pretty boring and "Hater Free" is straight up wack.

With all things considered, this is a solid release from Bleek. It's not neccesarily out of this world, but you won't be disappointed that you bought it either. It's worth checking out. I'd also reccomend picking up Beanie's new joint. And look out for the Young Gunz too.

Standout Tracks: Alright (My Favorite), Oh Baby feat. Young Gunz, Like That, Get Low, Dear Summer, First Last & Only feat. M.O.P., Straight Path, and 534
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