DJ Kay Slay debuted a Jay-Z diss record on Hot 97 today recorded by Roc-A-Fella Records’ Beanie Siegel. Read more on the diss track and listen to “Average Cat” for yourself below.
Beanie Sigel’s track called “Average Cat” is apparently a response to “What We Talkin’ Bout,” the first track on The Blueprint 3.
Siegel responds to the line “Grown men wanna sit on my lap/but I ain’t got a beard and Santa Claus ain’t Black.”
It seems as if Sigel is trying to hold back on some of his “beef” with rapper Jay-Z, he still has plenty to say about the man he refers to as his “brother” at the end of the song.
Siegel references the highly-publicized September 11 concert in which Jay premiered his live performance of The Blueprint 3.
“The rapper Shawn called the police on me/cause I was front row at the Blueprint 3,” Siegel raps. “S**t, I just wanted to see him MC, and reminisce on when we was the R.O.C./But he called all the C.O.Ps, not only that, he brought out the F.E.Ds/So that’s telling me ‘F You Sieg,’/so F you too and F Bleek three.”
Then towards the end of the track, Sigel reveals he has information that could hurt Jay-Z and Beyonce’s relationship.
“I think I held my tongue long enough about this whole Roc-a-Fella situation,” said a noticeably upset Sigel. “I was the realest thing that happened to the Roc. The Roc was just a rock. I brought the Fellas to Roc-a-Fella Records; Hot 97, State Prop, y’all remember. I brought the street cred to that. I fought all them battles: Jadakiss, Nas, Dipset. Anybody you woulda told me to go after. Matter of fact, you ain’t even have to tell me. I frontlined for that thing of ours, for that diamond that people was throwin’ up. I’da took a bullet at that time.”
According to Sigel, Jay offered him a financial incentive to remain on the struggling label’s roster. “I told you I ain’t want your money,” he said addressing Jay-Z directly.
“But you was in a position to let me get my own money, and you couldn’t do that,” Sigel claimed.
Although Sigel has put out this diss track to Jay-Z, he still seems to want to mend their friendship.
“And don’t get it f***ed up: this ain’t the green light for everybody to start making diss Jay-Z record. I still got love for the n***a. This just me taking my brother out in the yard for 5 minutes,” he said in closing before screaming out “Roc-A-Fella for life.”
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