News: Beanie Sigel "Loves" Jay-Z's "BP3" Album, "This Might Be It" [Video]

Friday, Sep 11, 2009 1:20PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Former Roc-A-Fella rapper Beanie Sigel recently shared his reaction to Jay-Z's Blueprint 3 and said the overall project could be one of the hip-hop mogul's finest works to date.

Speaking with radio personality Jenny Boom Boom, Beans also touched up on a possible State Property reunion.

"I heard a couple songs played on the radio," Beans explained. "I ain't make it past the intro yet. To me, I think this joint might be it. I like it better than American Gangster. It's that work right here. You know my opinion is gonna be different from the inside, love it. Love it, you got to. I felt a couple of them records -- We gonna do the State Property 3 movie next. Everybody on State Property is doing they thing, trying to find their own way on the solo side, hopefully we can get together, everybody on the same page and make that music everybody wanna hear." (Jenny Boom Boom)

He recently weighed in on Hov's "Death of Autotune" and named the three artists who should be given a pass for using the voice-changing application.

"I just don't want my sh*t to get drowned in by that bullsh*t," Beans said. "People say they're sick of it, but they still letting that sh*t slide. I don't knock nobody hustle, get your bread. I'm just waiting for an opportunity where my sh*t can be appreciated -- at this point, like, appreciate my sh*t 'cause it's that real sh*t. I feel as though with everybody doing it -- it's too much. It's a little too much. T-Pain, get your bread, do your thing. He the originator. [Lil] Wayne, he sound good on that sh*t, he can get away with that. Kanye [West] can do that. After that, they did 'Jumpin' Out The Window' with that sh*t. Hit your head on something hard." (Hip Hop Beef)

NORE recently spoke on taking a stand against illegal downloads and going to support The Blueprint 3.

"Do I really want to buy [the album]," Nore asked in a self-recorded video. "I believe so. Purchasing, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx [Part 2], that's hip-hop y'all -- this is the time for everybody to come together despite different disputes people have and come together and support real hip-hop. As you can see, I woke up in the morning, it's before nine o'clock and I'm buying the album, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx. And then I'm going to the store and I'm gonna get another hard copy -- I've never downloaded anything illegally and all y'all that's talking about that Jay-Z album should be ashamed of yourself that you ain't go out there and get it today, that you downloaded that sh*t. I'm buying Hov's album today and filming it and showing proof." (NORE TV)

Nore also hit up SOHH to voice his thoughts on people illegally downloading the album.

"I just feel Hiphop owes jay alot more then downloading a free album," he wrote to SOHH in a statement. "I got the email and deleted them support Hov [and] get the realbp3." (SOHH)

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