As anyone who’s had their ear to the proverbial grapevine already knows, Beanie Sigel will be reporting in to begin a 24-month prison sentence on September 12. Thus, the Philly vet’s determined to drink in every detail of his ‘hood before he leaves—Dangerous, it may be, but it’s home. In addition to enlisting his neighbor and State Property colleague Young Chris to help pay tribute to the City of Brotherly Love over a currently unknown producer’s slow-rolling sample work, he solicits a guest 16 from Game, who brings a little Left Coast flavor to the record’s back end. Will the lawless attitude Beans showcases here survive those two years behind bars? We can only hope. (But pay your f**king taxes from now on, won’t you?). In the meantime, fans can expect more fresh tunes on Sigel’s This Time LP when it drops via State Property/Ruffhouse August 28.
Written by richard on 08/24/12
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