After Beanie Sigel dropped his first Meek Mill diss track,
he followed it up with
the very next day with a track that drops literal references to his friend turned Philly rival.
The reason Philly even on the map, me!/ the reason your silly a** raps, me!/ you [sic] motherf***a, and I tried to give you some game that Jay gave me/ to make the transition from the street to the fame/ but you got a little fame and tried to add street to ya name, it ain’t the same,”
Beanie raps mid-verse.
He would go on to transition from talking industry to talking the streets, questioning the credibility of the Dream Chasers boss’ rhymes.
“What ya life like? Feel It In The Air; where them bars at?/ You ain’t been through s**t, you can’t record that/ the respect I get, you can’t afford that/ you ain’t been through wars, hugging your boys, crying; might not make it back but you’re riding/ you lying!”
Prior to him officially dropping the track a snippet went floating around that captures Beans recapturing the wrath that once made him one of the game’s most bonafide spitters.