Beanie Sigel, Freeway & Peedi Crakk Can’t Stop Won’t Stop, Kick-Off State Property Reunion [Video]

Beanie Sigel, Freeway & Peedi Crakk Can’t Stop Won’t Stop, Kick-Off State Property Reunion [Video]

Philadelphia rappers Beanie Sigel, Freeway and Peedi Crakk threw up the Roc over the weekend by reuniting for a concert as State Property in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

According to reports, the trio performed their respective hit singles Saturday (July 2) night.

As anticipated, State Property reunited at Summerfest 2011 two nights ago. During the performance, Freeway gave a rendition of “Flipside” with Peedi Crakk and Beans performed “Beanie (Mack B*tch)” before the entire group reunited for “Roc the Mic.” (Hip Hop DX)

Prior to the big night, Sigel talked about coming together for a reunion.

“We’re in agreement on this. Everybody wanted to do their solo things and spread their wings and stand out on their own. Now, it’s just time,” said rapper Beanie Sigel, the head of Philadelphia-based State Property, Thursday at the stadium. “They (his fellow group members) have changed, and it’s puzzling to me. They got better. I think Peedi Crakk is a megastar. Chris from the Young Gunz is a megastar. They grew.” (Press of Atlantic City)

Last summer, Beanie Sigel hinted at plans to bring back SP.

“We about to set-up this motherf*cking State Property thing all the way across the map, man,” Beans said in an interview. “I’ma make the feds start watching n*ggas thinking it’s a f*cking gang or something. Nah, real sh*t, I want that sh*t that be like, I want to have a State Property family in every state, city, where I go. State Property Chicago, out here in Michigan all the way down to Atlanta, to the motherf*cking West Coast to Little Rock, Arkansas. Wherever it’s going down, getting busy at, I want State Property family there. Uh.” (Gun Rule TV)

State Property’s Freeway previously said he was working on new material with crew member Peedi Crakk.

“I did my thing at The Roc, learned a lot over there so I feel as though it’s time to try my hand with the independent thing,” Free told television personality DJ Envy. “It’s crazy man, it feels real good… I still speak to everybody. I keep good contact with everybody, it’s all good with me man, we rocking… [In State Property,] everybody’s good. Hopefully, hopefully we’ll put [a State Property album] together. Shout-out to Peedi Crakk, he just came home from the joint, we’re working on his stuff. And we grinding, everybody’s grinding, trying to put a nice situation together for themselves. So hopefully we can come together after that.” (“Sucker Free”)

Check out footage from the performance below:

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