Beanie Sigel ft. State Property – The Reunion

Beanie Sigel links with Freeway, Young Chris, Peedi Crakk and Omillio Sparks for this new track off his upcoming album This Time.

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Check out in-studio footage of the track being recorded below.

Previously: Beanie Sigel – This Time (Artwork)


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36 Responses to “Beanie Sigel ft. State Property – The Reunion”

  1. whywonttheseniggasSTFU Says:

    Holy shit…

  2. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    I got a FREE upgrade to the i7 intel 950gb Beats By Dre today because of an algorithmic error I found deep in the hard-drive. LOLOLOLOL

    LIFE. IS. GOOD.

    Today was complete BLISS.

  3. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    “The craziest things already happened to me. So either you’ll be laughing at me or you’ll be laughing with me.” -Nas

    This is so pure b.

    MAAAAAAAANN, LISTEN….

    This is my LIFE family.

    Nas is deeper than rap. This is art. And it’s not imitating life. IT IS LIFE.

    And I’m gone celebrate it.

  4. French Kevin Says:

    something is wrong with the homepage

  5. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    xxlmag.com/reviews/2012/07/nas-life-is-good/

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Today is so fucking beautiful fam.

    I’m really feeling the same feeling I felt right after I read my Bar results first round.

    This is unfathomable happiness. Why is God giving me so much right now b?

    Wow.

  6. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    The last line of Nas’ Illmatic still rings true 18 years later. The Queensbridge lyricist never fell. He never ceased to be celebrated as one of the most revered wordsmiths in the game, but—though he’s continued to cement his legendary status with solid efforts album after album—he hasn’t come close to matching his best works in quite some time. The tide, though, has changed with Nas’ 10th LP, Life Is Good.

    As it’s historically been the case, Nas is at his best when facing adversity. His last two superior releases—2001’s Stillmatic and 2002’s God’s Son—were inspired by his heated rivalry with Jay-Z and the death of his mother, respectively.

    This time around, a divorce with R&B singer Kelis and reports of outstanding tax liens are at the center of his topical palette, which still ranges from fly shit to revolutionary ideals, as evidenced on the opening number, “No Introduction.” “Hood forever, I just act like I’m civilized/Really what’s in my mind is organizing a billion Black muthafuckas/To take over JP and Morgan Goldman and Sachs/And teach the world facts and give Saudi they oil back,” he rhymes. He comes closest to addressing his alleged financial troubles on the No I.D.-produced, “Loco-Motive.” “I started out broke, got rich, lost paper then made it back/Like Trump bein’ up down up, play with cash,” he spits.

    Creatively, Nas continues to reinvent the wheel. He takes reckless shooters to task on “Accident Murderers” featuring Rick Ross—the LP’s only rap guest appearance—and retraces his fatherly missteps on “Daughters.” On the Amy Winehouse-assisted, “Cherry Wine”—a song that sounds like a lost cut from the British singer’s Frank sessions—Nas fantasizes about his dream girl, before coming to terms with his failed marriage on “Bye Baby.” Over Salaam Remi’s sampling of Guy’s “Goodbye Love,” Nas finds closure with a heartfelt letter to Kelis. “Wanted you as my shorty since before I saw you screamin’, ‘Hate you so much right now’/Should’ve saw the man in angry Black women/Actions of a demon—I’m leaving,” he offers.

    Nas’s beat selection has long been called into question, but not this time. Salaam Remi and No I.D. split the bulk of the production for a cohesive sound bed filled with soul and jazz overtones. Though the Swizz Beatz-produced, “Summer on Smash” has potential to garner radio play, it feels out of place and is the disc’s only substandard moment.

    Still, Life Is Good is arguably Nas’ best LP since Stillmatic. In a climate where substance is scarce, the album is necessary. It’s potent from the excellent cover art to Nas’s sharp bars. It’s balanced. The Queens MC is open, but not emo. Hard, but also thought-provoking.

    On “Reach Out,” Nas rhymes, “And you become better than legends you thought were the greatest.” Again, the Nasty MC’s words ring true. At this juncture—21 years and 10 solo albums in—no other MC has ever rhymed at such a high level this deep into their career. Not Rakim. Not Kool G Rap. Not Slick Rick. Not Big Daddy Kane. Not LL Cool J. No One.

    XXL Rating.
    __________________________________________________

    BLISS.

  7. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    On “Reach Out,” Nas rhymes, “And you become better than legends you thought were the greatest.” Again, the Nasty MC’s words ring true. At this juncture—21 years and 10 solo albums in—no other MC has ever rhymed at such a high level this deep into their career. Not Rakim. Not Kool G Rap. Not Slick Rick. Not Big Daddy Kane. Not LL Cool J. No One.

    ^

    *pulls a sniff off Port Sherry Creme*

    *Swirles*

    *Sips*

    *Enjoys life*

  8. Bricktop Says:

    But why did the video for ‘Nasty’ disappear?

  9. Bricktop Says:

    Nas should sign State Prop to Ill Will Records, kind of as a debt consolidation maneuver, ya know?

  10. Bricktop Says:

    What WTT is to 33rd degree Masons, LIG is to the remainder of humanity.

  11. cOLD Says:

    wheres the Nas album release party footage, I hear AZ was in rare form and a few niggas came through to show love…

  12. cOLD Says:

    *currently listening to a Queens Story”

    this shit cinematic.

  13. hl Says:

    “The Queens courthouse right next to the cemetery. Niggas rap sheets look like obituaries.”

  14. cOLD Says:

    no introduction.

    chill gawd.

  15. cOLD Says:

    Album #1 in europe…

  16. cOLD Says:

    Nas-Getting Married

    ^ puts shit in perspective…

  17. Bricktop Says:

    I wonder what a modern Nas mixtape featuring all of his rhyming cohorts from yesteryear would sound like if they covered topics that reflected their current place in life?

    Ex: instead of ‘Body in the Trunk’, it’d be more like ‘Groceries & Golf Bags in the Trunk’. Or ‘Blood (pressure)Calm Down’.

  18. Bricktop Says:

    I hear AZ was in rare form and a few niggas came through to show love…
    ^
    ?

  19. cOLD Says:

    right now listening to Nas _ me and you.

    this dude been guiding his daughter through life from afar from jump.

    its like leaving post-its at every turn to help guide her.

  20. Das racist Says:

    Niggas been in stan mode since Friday b.

  21. Bricktop Says:

    Reading c-sections pages and discussions from years ago. Lol @ how wrong I’ve been over the years about damn near everything.

  22. Tong Po Flo Says:

    ‘Blood (pressure)Calm Down’

    ^ lulz! That loop is illy tho

  23. cOLD Says:

    the whole goal is survival…
    so even if you have a failed marraige.
    Despite the bull, the years you stayed faifthful wit a blindfold
    limited the contact with rivals and spiteful damsels who’s trifeful

  24. Bricktop Says:

    You sit and watch YouTube vids and dream.
    Back away from the video screen. Contemplate and scheme on how to manufacture everything that your mind captures into into tangible. Mold your reality like alabaster.

  25. cOLD Says:

    Lol @ how wrong I’ve been over the years about damn near everything.

    ^ no sign ever coming up on one of my archived comments that were inacurate.

  26. cOLD Says:

    this shit is gawd engineering.

  27. Bricktop Says:

    ^ no sign ever coming up on one of my archived comments that were inacurate.
    ^
    Lol.

  28. cOLD Says:

    Bricktop kick it up a notch
    need that plato shit to fill my trough
    nahright an aliegence we troth. Holla.

  29. Bricktop Says:

    @cOLD:
    Life is currently Good right now, so I don’t really have much inspiration to delve deep into the cognitives and whatnot. I don’t know why it works like that, but it does. I’ll be back on my shit as soon as somebody close either dies or goes to jail tho…

  30. French Kevin Says:

    Made a new beat fellas, let me know what you think. Sampled the beatles.

  31. Bricktop Says:

    Mean Mr. Mustard?
    Nice. I dig it. Sounds better than that Danger Mouse/Grey Album monstrosity.

  32. cOLD Says:

    @cOLD:
    Life is currently Good right now, so I don’t really have much inspiration to delve deep into the cognitives and whatnot. I don’t know why it works like that, but it does. I’ll be back on my shit as soon as somebody close either dies or goes to jail tho…

    ^ zeen.

  33. Bricktop Says:

    Lead poisoning lead to the collapse of the roman empire?

    sonic.net/kryptox/environ/lead/romans.htm

  34. Bricktop Says:

    My homie installed a urinal in his basement bathroom tho. If that’s not the illest shit, then…

  35. French Kevin Says:

    Bricktop Says:
    July 18th, 2012 at 9:58 am
    Mean Mr. Mustard?
    Nice. I dig it. Sounds better than that Danger Mouse/Grey Album monstrosity.

    ^^^^^
    thank you thank you

  36. French Kevin Says:

    Damn, Paris Saint German just signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic…did not see this coming

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