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The B. Coming Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics

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The general of The ROC is Back! Beanie Sigel has returned with his third album 'The B. Coming'. This past year of Sigel's life has been more drama filled than a season of the Wire. Gun charges, assault charges, drug charges, court dates, federal sentencing, a hung jury, and a mistrial. Features the hit song 'Don't Stop' featuring Snoop Dog. Def Jam. 2005.
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  • Audio CD (March 29, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Def Jam
  • ASIN: B0000CC4VD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
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Beanie Sigel and Memphis Bleek were supposed to take over the Roc as soon as Jay Z supposedly retired years ago. However, while Beanie released better CDs than Memphis Bleek, his CDs were never classic material. He did have tracks like "Who Want What w/Memphis Bleek and "What's Your Life Like" which is my favroite Beanie track of all time, but "The Truth" nor "The Reason" were hip hop classics. Beanie Sigel and Memphis Bleek were always good on Rocafella collaborations, however. "4 Da Fam" was the best that I ever heard Memphis Bleek and Jay Z, Beanie and Mephis Bleek ripped "Murda, Murda (Marcyville)" to shreds because of the Scott Storch production. However, for some reason neither could do it on their own solo CD. With "The B. Coming", Beanie Sigel has finally brought what I had expected he could do all along to the table. First of all, it doesn't sound like any of the material was forced. On "The Truth", there was a track with Eve entitled "Remember The Days". It sounded like the track was made only because Beanie Sigel did a track on Eve's CD entitled "Philly, Philly". So "Remember The Days" didn't come off as tight as "Philly, Philly" did.

Beanie definitely wins with his reflections on his 1st single, "Feel It In The Air", w/Melissa. Heavy D, of all people, produces this track, who he originally gave to Black Rob, and Beanie reminds you of Scarface as he brilliantly reflects to thoughts that were going on in his head. This track starts "The B. Coming" off just right. Then things get even better on "I Can't Go On This Way" as Aqua gives Beanie a nice track to rip to shreds. His verse on this song gave Beanie a rhyme of the month spot in The Source, not that it means as much these days, and Beanie shows what he is capable of as far as his rhyme skills are concerned.
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A Kid's Review on December 8, 2005
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First, this is not Beans' best album. Maybe to the new jacks. It's not Beans' fault though, because he just caught an attempted murder and gun possesion charge. The release date kept getting pushed back. He even had to shoot 2 music videos in one day. (Thats why Snoop is just pasted studio footage in the "Don't Stop" video.) There were so many obstacles infront of him. He had limited time to record, and eventualy the album was rushed and old songs were thrown on it.

Still, its a good CD. One of the better CD's in Hip-Hop for the year. What I really missed from Sigel was the raw energy and grime in his music. This CD is more soft, and takes a laid back route. It's also crowded, because there are guest features on nearly the entire album. Still, with the change of style, and constant features, there are still some stand out tracks.

Probably the best song on the album (or to me anyway), "One Shot Deal" featuring Redman. It's just got that energy that Funk Doc is known for, but still has that raw feel that Beans gives. Both highly underrated rappers. Next would have to be (even though it was on State Property Presents The Chain Gang Vol. 2 [not a soundtrack]), "It's On" featuring Jay-Z. Then "Purple Rain" featuring Port Arthur, Texas' own Bun-B. The album is flawless except for some exceptions. ("Gotta Have It" and "Don't Stop" were cheesy to me.) Other then that, I'd still give it 5 stars.

Only thing missing for me is another Scarface collab (Beans and Face should seriously make an album).

I definately recommend this CD. If your a new jack and want to really hear Beans, I also recommend his debut album "The Truth." Which is probably his best.

Note: Even with problems with the law and date changes. Sigel has put out an album better then what most rappers can do with 2 years of concentrating on just there album.
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1. Feel It In The Air (feat. Melissa) 5/5 -Like always, every Beanie Sigel album has an excellent opening track, no exception here.(Produced By: Heavy D)

2. I Can't Go On This Way (feat. Freeway & Young Chris) 5/5- Great song, about life and how Beanie Sigel had to change his way of being to move on in life. (Produced By: Aqua)

3. One Shot Deal! (feat. Redman) 4.5/5-Damn 4 minutes of straight rappin' w/o a chorus, Redman brings heat for the first time in a while. (Produced By: Bink!)

4. Gotta Have It (feat. Peedi Crakk & Twista) 4.5/5- Nice bouncy beat that has club potential Twista's rapid flow saves the song though. (Produced By: Chad "Wes" Hamilton)

5. Don't Stop (feat. Snoop Dogg) 5/5-Probably the most kick back song to have a good time to on this album. Plus it's the official first single. (Produced By: The Neptunes)

6. Purple Rain (feat. Bun B) 5/5-Another kick back song featuring Houston's underground king Bun B. This song is about smoking weed & other drug taking substances. (Produced By: DJ Scratch)

7. Oh Daddy (feat. Young Chris) 3/5- The worst song on the album but it's still alright nothing special here, what kills it is the sluggish pace of the beat. (Produced By: Boola)

8. Change (feat. Rell) 4.5/5- This song to me has a "Rocky" type music feeling. (Produced By: Ty Fyffe)

9. Bread & Butter (feat. Grand Puba & Sadat X) 5/5- My Favorite track of the album, great flow & soul sampled song. (Produced By : Just Blaze)

10. Lord Have Mercy 4.5/5- Song to the lord to tell him that when he gets to heaven to have mercy on him. (Produced By: Ruggedness)

11. Flatline (feat. Peedi Crakk) 5/5- Raw classic Hip-Hop, fast paced flow and great beat. (Produced by: Boola)

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