(AllHipHop News) With a catalog that includes The Truth, The Reason, and The B. Coming, Beanie Sigel is one of the most respected veterans in the history of Hip Hop culture.
The Philadelphia representative is currently working on his next project, but what does the emcee who built his reputation in the early 2000's think about modern rap music?
Sigel did an interview with HipHopIsReal, and the Broad Street Bully shared his thoughts on today's Hip Hop tunes.
"To me there's no feeling in it. I love it when I'm in the club," said Beans.
The 42-year-old wordsmith also stated those type of records are enjoyable in that public setting, but he prefers to listen to cuts by artists such as The Notorious B.I.G., 2Pac, and Scarface when he is alone.
"Two of the best that ever done it - Tupac and Biggie Smalls. They both died in their early twenties," Sigel stated. "So you look at the rappers that are out now and the content of the music that they're talking about, [they 're] in their twenties..."
He added, "You gotta say what you mean and mean what you say. And you gotta repeat it. That's what's wrong with stuff right now. Ain't nobody checking nobody. It ain't no repercussions for nothing."
Watch Beanie Sigel's interview below.