Beans jumped on Instagram last night (October 19) and gushed over his girl.
A few days ago, rap veteran Joe Budden weighed-in on the Meek/Sigel feud.
“This was my problem with the two Beans diss records. I listened to them both. Beans is still a phenomenal emcee. Still to this day. The voice alteration does affect a lot. [His lyrics] are [there] and the flow is there, everything is there still except for his voice. And I would like him to get a mix down on both of those diss records because those beats that he picked brought me back to Roc-A-Fella last decade. Especially the second one. It even made us accept his voice on the second one, or at least me anyway, for myself.”
Last week, Meek’s protégé Omelly publicly ripped Beanie Sigel over ghostwriting accusations.
Earlier the same week, Sigel dropped his hard-hitting “Gang Gang” diss song.
In the new Du’Juan Lewis-directed visual, the name of the game is armed robbery and it’s clear Beans is taking no prisoners. The track was produced by John Harrison and Kenneth D. Sullivan and showcases Beanie’s unrelenting style. “SP, that’s me/Fake gangsta? Test me/Certified a** real n*gga/bonafide a** trill n*gga/I’m two’d up, stay hammered down, I drill n*ggas/Banana clip in that AK/Your lil monkey a** get pilled, n*gga.” (XXL Mag)
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