Beanie Sigel became the unlikely centerpiece of Meek Mill's beef with The Game and in the process introduced himself to many young rap fans unfamiliar with his exploits in the early '00s as a member of the Roc-a-Fella family. Nicknamed the Broad Street Bully, Sigel was widely respected for his dusty, stubborn, and realist portraits of his formative years in South Philadelphia.

This article highlights some of the best songs from the most prosperous period of Sigel's career, from his initiation into the Roc in 1998 to the release of his third (and best) album The B. Coming in 2005.