Beanie Sigel during an interview with VladTV explained how he met Jay-Z and how he grew up in his South Philly neighborhood before he met Jay-Z. He talked about several things that happened which contributed to him meeting Jay-Z.
When the host asked him about rapping in Philly before meeting Jay-Z and how his work was getting traction and building a buzz in Philly, Beanie Sigel said: “I mean and softly and my neighborhood for those because a lot of people didn’t know how to write so I didn’t have mixtape so none of that. You know it was just everything that you would do trying to get on a mighty did it once like want to rap showcase.
“It was just neighborhood stuff like people in a neighborhood that was close to that new…” I was writing, I had a couple rounds on raps. I met my man murder Mill he really made me, like go hard.”
He continued, “We came and we had two break-dancers, my cousin’s doing graffiti on stage, and we had a human beatboxer, and just every element of Hip Hop culture, except the DJ. We didn’t have a DJ ’cause we performed to cassette, but all the elements were represented, and we wound up taking the title that year, and I sort of never looked back since then.”
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