Round Here (Memphis Bleek song)

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"Round Here"
Single by Memphis Bleek featuring Trick Daddy and T.I.
from the album M.A.D.E.
Released October 12, 2003
Recorded 2003
Genre Hip hop
Label Get Low, Roc-A-Fella, Def Jam
Writer(s) Cox, M.
Young, M.
Harris, C.
Producer(s) Just Blaze
Memphis Bleek singles chronology
"Do My..."
(2001)
"Round Here"
(2003)
"Need Me In Your Life"
(2003)
T.I. singles chronology
"ASAP/Motivation"
(2006)
"Round Here"
(2006)
"Touch remix"
(2006)

"Round Here" is the first single from Memphis Bleek's third album, M.A.D.E.. "Round Here" features verses from Trick Daddy and T.I.. The song was produced by Just Blaze. The song peaked at #53 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[1]

Song infos & music video[edit]

The song's theme is to show that no matter where you are from, everyone who lives in the hood has to struggle.
References :
Memphis Bleek

Put in game down here, make change down here
Cause I serve them fiends, that raw 'caine down here

T.I. :

You say the wrong thang, get ya back blown round here
Cause gangsta's rep they hood, by the zone round here

In the music video, each rapper portrays the gritty life in their low income neighborhoods they grew up in throughout a single day. Memphis Bleek rapping in some public housing apartments behind him in Brooklyn, New York in the early morning, Trick Daddy raps in front of some low cost apartments, run down houses and stores in Miami, Florida in the afternoon/mid-day, and T.I. raps on the front lawn of a house in a low income neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia in the evening/dusk.[2] The video features cameos by Jay-Z and a then unknown Rick Ross and Pitbull.

The official remix, the "Dirty South Remix", features T.I., B.G., & Big Kuntry King.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Memphis Bleek - Billboard Singles chartallmusic. Accessed October 25, 2008.
  2. ^ 'Round Here' music videoYoutubeuniversalmusicgroup official. Accessed October 25, 2008

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