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The Solution is the follow up to Beanie’s 2005 critically acclaimed, certified gold release The B. Coming, which earned Sigel his highest chart debut to date. “The crucial street credibility that can make or break a hip-hop star didn’t stop curbside for Sigel,” commented USA Today. “His emcee skills and potent rhymes are undeniable.” Beans, who can also be heard on the track “Ignorant Shit,” on Jay-Z’s upcoming epic American Gangster, has brought his most diverse musical offering to the table yet. The Solution features R.Kelly, Scarface, Styles P, Raheem DeVaughn as well as production from The Runners, Eric Hudson (Trey Songz), newcomers Harry & Alex and Philly’s own Dre & Vidal (Usher, Mary J. Blige, Chris Brown).
Very different from his previous projects, Sigel experiments on songs like “I’m In” which shows his smooth “Lady’s Man” persona with the sample of Luther Vandross’ “Make Me a Believer.” “Children” is a soulful Marvin Gaye rendition focusing on the problems in the community among children and their missing fathers while “The Day” produced by Dre & Vidal collaborated with Harry & Alex taps into Beanie’s rock side.
“I consider myself relevant in the rap game at all times,” explains Sig. “After you party and do all that, now the real world kicks in. The pain, the stress, agony. The lessons you learn. Your come ups, your downfalls. The real world–which I deal with in my music–is always relevant. All the shit might go through in the course of a day is on my album. I’m talking about religion, spiritually, getting a piece of mind. All that counts and all that’s in my music.”
Beanie Sigel first hit the scene back in 2000 with the release of his debut LP The Truth on Roc-A- Fella Records, which was certified gold. He then went on to release the The Reason, which introduced the world to his own rap group State Property, a collective of Philly rappers signed to Roc-A- Fella Records. In 2002, Beanie Sigel made his acting debut in Roc- A-Fella’s first film production State Property.
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