With "The Truth," Philly native Beanie Sigel steps out from behind Jay-Z and into the number five slot on next week's "Billboard" album chart after moving more than 155,000 copies of his debut album during its first week in stores.
The Roc-A-Fella rapper will soon be teaming up with Jay once again for the upcoming album from The Dynasty, a supergroup featuring both performers along with Memphis Bleek and Amil. Sigel recently spoke to MTV News about the upcoming collaborative effort.
"Me, Jay, Memphis Bleek, and Amil, we all want to do an album together," Sigel said of The Dynasty. "So that's gonna be crazy. The whole Roc-A-Fella family: the album. People will have to pack it up if they ain't already on that midnight train to wherever they're going to." [RealVideo]
The Dynasty's album is due in stores by late summer, after the releases of Amil's "All Money Is Legal" and Memphis
Bleek's "The Understanding."