Randolph was in South Memphis Friday afternoon to annou…

Randolph was in South Memphis Friday afternoon to announce a $10,000 scholarship donation to Shelby County Alternative Schools on behalf of his Memphis-based music label, N-Less Entertainment. You read that right: Randolph owns a record label along with business partner Marcus Howell these days, and their biggest act is a rising local star on the Memphis rap scene. In fact, Z-Bo will be at Beale Street Music Festival Sunday when Moneybagg Yo performs a set. Randolph still isn’t done with basketball and he still hasn’t closed the door on playing for the Grizzlies again. More on that later.
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