Beanie Sigel Says Accident Changed His Voice
Pusha-T reached out to Beanie Sigel for a verse on his new album. Beans explained how he gave Pusha some of his new magic. "I don't know what he officially named the song yet," Beans said. "The song is about taking a loss and bouncing back. Always keeping something in the ceiling."
The track, according to RRP co-host Elliot Wilson, showcases a different and deeper tenor in Sigel's voice. "This my new voice," Beanie said, speaking with a slightly different texture. "Y'all gotta get used to it. Since the accident, my voice got raspy."
While he still has the flow, he said he has to work around the longterm affects of his injury. "A piece of one of my lungs is missing significantly," he said. "My voice. I don't got the wind like I used to. That breath control. I gotta punch in now. Before I got 1000 bars, one take. I gotta take a breaths every now and then." Read more here.
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