The O.D.: A Mixtape Daily Exclusive
Not so fast. After Beanie Sigel and 50 Cent sat down for a joint interview with Philadelphia radio station Power 99 earlier this week, the streets thought Sigs signing with G-Unit was already a done deal. According to 50, they did talk about it, but still have a long way to go.
"I had a meeting with him today," 50 said Thursday. "First we gotta start with the music — where's the music? Then we have to get into what it would take to bring him over to G-Unit as a record company. You can't sign a deal in a conversation — it's a process. We'll see what happens."
Fif did note that he thinks Beanie is capable lyrically and looks forward to hearing what he has in his vaults.
"I would listen to what he has," Fif explained. "His skills haven't diminished. Nine times out of 10, he'll have something workable already on deck. When you're dealing with artists who have been established longer than you, it's a process. You have to figure out exactly where they are at before you commit to being a part of those projects, because they have habits and they've been conditioned for something different. You have to figure out exactly what that is before you dive in."
The Broad Street Bully isn't the only established MC Fif is thinking about extending an invitation to.
"I got artists who I'm looking at," he said. "A few of them aren't actively available for me to do different things with them. But I'm looking to sign new artists into the actual company."