Thursday, July 7, 2011

Beanie Sigel says Jay-Z blocked his G-Unit move

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Perhaps an attempt to prove to the people he is not trying to get back on Jay-Z's good side, Beanie Sigel has another story to tell. Following the 2004 Roc-A-Fella breakup, each member had to choose between Jay-Z and Damon Dash. Most of the members had no trouble choosing, but Beanie Sigel was stuck in the middle.

In the end, Beanie Sigel decided to stay with Roc-A-Fella, while maintaining a strong relationship with Dash. In 2005, after being released from prison, Beanie Sigel released a new album, which was moderately successful. Even after the release of his 2005 album, Beanie Sigel remained with the Roc until the 2008 dismantling.

Now, after revealing he has beef with Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel has made a number of outrageous comments. The Philadelphia rapper teamed up with 50 Cent, nearly two years ago, in an attempt to bring Jay-Z down. Ever since 50 Cent and Jay-Z made peace, Beanie Sigel has been going at Jay-Z without enforcement. Most recently, Beanie Sigel has decided to speak on his release from prison and his plans. Originally, Beans intended to sign with G-Unit Records, after having meetings with 50 and the other executives of G-Unit.

Beanie Sigel said when he went to Jay-Z to secure his release from Def Jam, Hov refused to let him off the roster. According to Beanie Sigel, 50 Cent offered him his own label under G-Unit, cash in advance, and a full label deal with Interscope Records. While Beanie Sigel wanted to leave Def Jam, he wanted to remain on the Roc-A-Fella Records roster, but Jay-Z still refused to release him. Being the president of the entire company, Beanie Sigel thought he could easily make the deal happen.


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