Beanie Sigel was undoubtedly one of the hardest rappers to come in the game in the 2000s. Last month, Sigel celebrated the 20th anniversary of his hard-hitting debut album, The Truth. A little over a year later, Beanie Sigel dropped his follow-up, The Reason. Almost four years later, Beanie released his third album, The B. Coming. The B. Coming had its fair share of guest appearances and it made this another classic in Beanie Sigel’s discography. Snoop Dogg, Bun B, Jay-Z, Redman, Cam’Ron, Freeway, Twista and many more. The amount of growth shown on The B. Coming was impressive and Beanie became a better storyteller in the process. The Neptunes, Just Blaze, Buckwild, D. Dot and the late, great Heavy D all helped with the production. For the most part, The B. Coming was well-received and almost went gold.
The big hit from the album was the opening track called Feel It in the Air. For me, The B. Coming is one of those albums that I’d play from the beginning to end without skipping. I Can’t Go On this Way, One Shot Deal, Don’t Stop, Purple Rain and Change. Oh Daddy, Bread & Butter, It’s On and Lord Have Mercy are my favorite joints on the album. Till this day, I’m baffled The B. Coming didn’t sell more albums than it did. The album came up short on going gold by a few thousand units. This album should be in your collection and added to your playlist. Check out the track listing below and it’s followed by the stream links.
- I Feel It in the Air ft. Melissa Jimenez
- I Can’t Go on This Way ft. Young Chris & Freeway
- One Shot Deal ft. Redman
- Gotta Have It ft. Peedi Crakk & Twista
- Don’t Stop ft. Snoop Dogg
- Purple Rain ft. Bun B
- Oh Daddy ft. Young Chris
- Change ft. Melissa Jay & Rell
- Bread & Butter ft. Grand Puba & Sadat X
- Lord Have Mercy
- Flatline ft. Peedi Crakk
- Tales of A Hustler Pt. 2 ft. Oschino & Omillio Sparks
- Look at Me Now ft. Rell
- It’s On ft. Jay-Z
- Wanted (On the Run) ft. Cam’Ron
Where is my Beanie Sigel fans? What are your thoughts about his The B. Coming album? What’s your favorite cuts? Leave some feedback below about anything related to Beanie Sigel or his classic album.