Beanie Sigel is scheduled to enter prison in September, just two weeks after releasing his fifth solo studio album, This Time.

According to Sig, the rush affected the amount of time he could spend on his album.

“Actually, I was running out of time. I was glad that I had enough material recorded to even put the album together,” said Beans in an interview on MTV’s “RapFix Live.” “I was probably only like 80 percent of really getting into my zone on this project, but at 50 percent, my 50 percent is better than people’s 100 percent.”

Beanie also discussed State Property’s role on Roc-A-Fella Records, and the group’s status relative to others in Hip Hop. “As a unit, I don’t think there’s a unit out there as talented as State Property in so many areas. Not only just lyrically but our stage presence, our performance, our energy that we give out, the songs that we make.”

“We carried the flagship for Roc-A-Fella for years, we was Roc-A-Fella.”

Watch the interview below:

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