Memphis Bleek Net Worth: Memphis Bleek is an American rapper who has a net worth of $2 million. Memphis Bleek gained his net worth by being a rapper and the CEO of his own label, Get Low Records. Memphis Bleek was born in Brooklyn, New York, and is long time friends with rapper Jay-Z. Born Malik Cox on June 23, 1978, Memphis Bleek is primarily known for his tenure at Roc-a-Fella Records and his work as a CEO at his own label Get Low Records. Paying homage to pimps, he coined his name Memphis, which is an acronym for "Making Easy Money, Pimping Hoes In Style." Bleek's vocals first appeared on the Clark Kent produced song "Coming of Age", featured on Jay-Z's classic debut LP Reasonable Doubt. Soon after, Bleek signed to Roc-A-Fella Records, being one of the artist to made a contract with the label as a protégé to his longtime friend, Jay-Z . Again thanks to Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek founded his own label, Get Low Records in 1998, whose first release was Memphis Bleek's debut album. Ironically as it may sound, Coming of Age was also the title of Memphis' debut LP, which didn't make the same sales and chart-toppings as his label-mate and peers' albums did. After his debut followed the releases of three more albums, The Understanding (2001), M.A.D.E. (2003) and 534 (2005), all of which went Gold. Bleek's fans are still eagerly anticipating the release of his fifth album, The Process, which was set to be released on March 23, 2010, but it did never hit the stores.