Memphis Bleek has officially entered the podcasting space with his upcoming show Roc Solid, which is set to feature some major guests. The New York City MC teased the podcast with snippets of Young Guru, Young Chris, Freeway, N.O.R.E, and Ja Rule engaged in discussions about topics that are sure to grab attention in the hip-hop community.

The podcast, which is part of the Drink Champs network, has already generated excitement among fans who are eager to hear what these artists have to say. From discussions about whether Dame Dash should appear on the show to speculation about a potential Roc-A-Fella reunion, Roc Solid promises to deliver entertaining and insightful content.

In addition to Memphis Bleek, other artists like Tony Yayo are also making moves in the podcasting realm. Yayo recently teased his own podcast during an interview with VladTV, expressing his excitement about the medium and his plans to become one of the biggest names in the podcast game. With his reputation as a great guest and storyteller, Yayo’s future podcast is highly anticipated by fans who are eager to hear more from the G-Unit MC.

One of Yayo’s most memorable appearances on a podcast was on Drink Champs, where he shared stories and insights that captivated viewers. In particular, his recounting of the moment he realized that Eminem was a “real n-gga” at 50 Cent’s “In Da Club” video shoot left a lasting impression on listeners. With moments like these, it’s no wonder that podcasting has become a popular platform for artists to connect with their fans and share their stories.

As more artists like Memphis Bleek and Tony Yayo enter the podcasting space, it’s clear that podcasts have become an important medium for hip-hop artists to engage with their audience and share their perspectives. With exciting guests and intriguing discussions, Roc Solid and other podcasts are sure to attract a wide audience of fans who are eager to hear more from their favorite artists.

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