Beanie Sigel Working With Jahlil Beats For 90's Influenced "Still Public Enemy" Joint Project


(AllHipHop News) Beanie Sigel is still recovering from being shot in December, but fans of the Broad Street Bully could be getting a new project from the emcee in the near future. Beans is teaming with Pennsylvania producer Jahlil Beats for the upcoming Still Public Enemy mixtape.

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There is no official release date for SPE, but Jahlil spoke with Nah Right about the joint project. The creator of tracks like Meek Mill’s “Ima Boss” and Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a” says Beans has not missed a step when it comes to rhyming.

“I sampled some old records, like old records from the ‘90s, but put my twist to it. It ain’t like he shying away and trying to do the new s**t to fit in with the young dudes, you know what I am saying?” said Jahlil. “We doing some real street s**t, but it fit with what is going on right now. And Beans never lost it. He’s only getting better as far as the lyricism.”

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