(AllHipHop News) Beanie Sigel, a.k.a. "The Broad Street Bully," says he is stockpiling music these days in an effort to have material available for releasing future records while he is prison.
The Philadelphia rapper, who spoke with AllHipHop.com in New York City's Central Park yesterday (August 22), is set to surrender to serve a two-year stint in federal prison on September 12.
While he's focused on promoting his upcoming album and prepping State Property for his hiatus, Beanie Sigel says that in the weeks leading up to his prison term, one of the main questions he's being asked repeatedly is when he'll release the much-hyped collaboration album with Southern MC and "big brother" Scarface.
View the video below as Beanie Sigel offers the latest on the status of the project, and why it has somewhat overshadowed anticipation for his own upcoming project:
Beanie Sigel's solo album, This Time, recorded under his distribution deal with EMI/Ruffhouse, is due for an August 28 release. Catch him on his "Pre-Prison Tour" over the next two weeks.
Check back on AllHipHop.com for "Beanie Sigel Week" all next week!