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With his fifth album Beanie Sigel comes one step closer to assuming the status of his mentor and sometimes collaborator Scarface. Album by album, Scarface solidified his reputation among his peers by consistently delivering detailed, emotion-oriented perspectives on street life. Broad Street Bully adopts a similar point of view. The rhymes and beats are never ostentatious or trendy, nor are they overbearing reiterations of the same old gangsta rap clichés. Beanie and his circle of friends (Freeway, Young Chris, Omilio Sparks and Murda Mill) demand attention because they speak with a lot of presence and a lot of conviction. Like Beanie’s rhymes, the bulk of these beats are unhurried and sturdy — the perfect complement to the unyielding brick row houses of Beanie’s South Philly neighborhood. However, special attention should be paid to “Sicker Than Your Average,” “Ready For War,” and “Run to the Roc,” songs that utilize smooth soul and reggae to underscore the uncompromising attitude of Sigel’s lyrics.

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The real Beanie has finally stood up..

Beanie Sigel has done it. This album is solid from beginning to end. The production is raw and simple at times but Beans flow is enough to make up the difference. He's hungry, strong and has really settled into his style and flow. A couple of miscues on some of the hooks but not enough to drop this album below 4 stars. Any hip hop head who likes it a little rough should definitely gives this album a listen. I think you'll become a Beanie Sigel fan if you're not already.

NOT Beanz' Best!! I Speak the TRUTH...

First off Beanie is one of my favorite rappers. The truth is this album is not his best. After putting out The Solution, which was a classic, this album is dull like like butter knives. The guest rappers he puts on, and there's one for practically every song, are average at best. If you're a Beanz fan then copped it just for arguments sake . If you want an album you'll listen to more than twice, save your dough-Beanz already has plenty$$$.

Where'd this come from???

I tell you this, ive heard about this and hoped it be good... Actually better than expectd!!! like go to the store an cop a hardcopy good!! they dont sound hungry, they sound like they stravn!


Born: March 6, 1974 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Philadelphian rapper Beanie Sigel had a rapidly rising career, beginning with his appearance on one of underground rapper/producer DJ Clue?'s mixtapes, to his cameos on Jay-Z's Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life, to a consequent solo deal with Roc-a-Fella Records. His distinctive, slightly drawling delivery and his clever but hard-hitting rhymes were showcased on his debut album, 2000's The Truth, which featured contributions from Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek, Eve, and Scarface, and production by the Ruff Ryders' Swizz...
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