State Property’s Beanie Sigel is reportedly going back to music-making after a near-fatal shooting last month in New Jersey.

According to producer Jahlil Beats, their new Still Public Enemy studio mixtape is coming together.

“I’m just happy that Beans is OK now. He just came home. As soon as he get right, we going right back in the lab,” Beats said in an interview. “It ain’t like he shying away and trying to do the new sh*t to fit in with the young dudes, you know what I am saying? It’s like [the] same sh*t I’m doing with Meek [Mill] right now. We doing some real street shit, but it fit with what is going on right now. And Beans never lost it. He’s only getting better as far as the lyricism and shit like that.” (NahRight)

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Beats also promised fans could expect some surprises from Beans.

“I think that Beans is gonna surprise ‘em too. We doing Still Public Enemy. His last big joint with Green Lantern was Public Enemy #1. This joint is Still Public Enemy. It’s like a mixtape, but it’s like an album because [it has] all my sh*t. Sh*t 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.” (NahRight)

Last week, reports claimed Beanie had a lung removed as a result of the shooting.

It was not elective surgery. Doctors just couldn’t save the organ because it was riddled with fragments from a bullet someone fired into his stomach last month. Sigel was released from the hospital he’s called home since December 5. He went directly to Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation in Pomona, NJ, where he’ll spend the next 90 days learning how to function with one lung. (TMZ)

According to reports, Beanie returned back home earlier this month.

About one month after being shot outside the South Jersey home where he was being electronically monitored, rapper Beanie Sigel left the hospital.
Sigel, whose real name is Dwight Grant, was released, and returned home, sometime over the weekend, said Pleasantville Police. (NBC Philadelphia)