News: Beanie Sigel Changes Focus, Brings Back "Broad Street Bully"
Tuesday, Aug 11, 2009 6:10PM
As a track listing for Beanie Sigel's upcoming album has offered evidence of its progress, Jay-Z's protege has also allegedly changed the project's name from The Focus to The Broad Street Bully.
While an explanation for the title change has not yet been given, new artwork and a tracklisting of guest appearances has landed online.
Tracklisting: 1. Broad Street Bully 2. All In 3. Shot Em Up 4 .Death Follows Me 5. Phili featuring Freeway & Young Chris 6. Ready For War featuring Freeway & Young Chris 7. Point The Finger featuring Young Chris 8. Get Back To Rap featuring Young Neef 9. I'm Sicker featuring Freeway 10. What Are We Doing Here 11. Going Through The Emotions 12. You Over Did It 13. Why Shouldn't I (Pro Hip Hop)
Early reports showed the album and its cover art being titled The Focus last month.
No single? No leaks? No video? No problem! Here's Sigel's artwork and tracklist for his upcoming album, The Focus. I'm willing to forgive Beans for that debacle last go around. But then again, I have less compassion than your average blawga. (Rap Radar)
The rapper has kept busy as of late via the mixtape circuit and events throughout Philadelphia.
Beanie Sigel, who was one of the first to start running with Jigga, and was there when the label exploded with fame will be releasing The Broad Street Bully on September 1. As of late, the Philly rapper has been making his rounds on the mixtape circuit working with the likes of Gillie the Kid, Black DeNiro and even members of his State Property crew making it seem as though Sigel was cooking something up behind closed doors. (Hip Hop Wired)
Beans last made headlines after appearing at the 11th Annual Urban Youth Racing School "Build A Dream" ceremony.
The event will be highlighted with a speech by General Motors Global Design Vice President Edward T. Welburn. "We are pleased and excited to have Mr. Welburn back home to bring his professional, educational and inspirational experiences to the 100 students, along with their parents and other guest and supporters," Urban Youth Racing School Founder Anthony Martin said in a statement. (Black News)
Check out a past Beanie Sigel interview below: