Beanie Sigel To Make A Follow-Up To Public Enemy #1 Mixtape

Just over one month since he was shot in New Jersey, Beanie Sigel has new material on the table. The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania MC survived what is believed to be a near-fatal shooting, at least the second such attack in his lifetime, and has returned to work. What’s more, according to a NahRight interview exclusive, upon complete recovery, Beans is in the process of making a follow-up to his 2004 mixtape/street album, Public Enemy #1 with Roc Nation producer, Jhalil Beats.

There is a lot of depth to this impact. Most notably, Beans’ health—something that Jhalil admits he is waiting on the State Property MC on. While the rapper is back home, it appears as though he is still healing to return to the recording studio—following TMZ reports that one of the MC’s lungs was removed. Secondly, the title and theme is a return to form for the MC whose first three solo releases are widely touted in acclaim, and equally strong in sales.

“I think that Beans is gonna surprise ‘em too. We doing Still Public Enemy, His last big joint with [DJ] Green Lantern was Public Enemy #1,” said the hit-maker for Meek Mill and Bobby Schmurda. “This joint is Still Public Enemy. It’s like a mixtape, but it’s like an album because [it has] all my shit. Shit gonna be crazy. I got some surprises on that joint. I think Beans is still getting Green Lantern. Ain’t nothing changed, we just doing shit up-to-date. Some shit that is modern right now.”

Jhalil would not confirm 2015 release, but stated that the project was underway at the time of Beans’ shooting in December.

Is this the vibe Beans needs to regain his place in the scene? Does working with a Roc Nation hit-maker mean that Beanie and Jay Z are on the cusp of good graces once more?

Read the whole NahRight report with Jhalil Beats.

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