Jahlil Beats and Beanie Sigel join forces for "Still Public Enemy."
Beanie Sigel is currently recovering from a gunshot wound that almost took his lung, but luckily, the doctors were able to reinflate it. While we hope Beanie has a speedy recovery, we also have something to look forward too in the interim. According to Jahlil Beats the Philly native is prepping a new mixtape, with Jahlil providing the soundscape.
Jahlil Beats confirmed with NahRight that Beanie and him are working on Still Public Enemy, which would follow up his mixtape Public Enemy #1, almost ten years later. "He just came home. As soon as he get right, we going right back in the lab," Jahlil said. He also revealed that they'd be sourcing from '90s music on the production.
Jahlil offered up more information on Still Public Enemy which you can read below.
"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 shit. Shit 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.
"Honestly, I couldn’t even say [if Still Public Enemy is coming out this year.] I’m just keeping him in my prayers and hoping he recovers 100 percent. Then, when he ready, I’m ready to go right back in and putting this shit out. I think the time is not ticking for Beans, you know what I mean? I think people respect Beans. A lot of people in the industry respect him lyrically. We just waiting on Beans. Hopefully, he get right. It’s just a blessing that he made it through such an unfortunate situation. But it is what it is. God do things for different reasons. Hopefully, this will have him super focused. I know he was super, super focused. That’s the reason why we were working cause I knew that this dude was super ready. He was ready to make some shit happen. I’m excited. And he’s a good dude on the other side. He’s a real dude. I know he’s gonna win at the end of the day."
We'll keep you posted as the mixtape comes to life.