When Nas stung Jay-Z with the line "compared to Beans, you wack," he wasn't totally wrong. Sigel's laid-back, bang-on flow is not only effective, it's evolved since his inception in the rap game. Although the first couple of tracks on The B.Coming are deceptively melancholy and reflective, at least half the album is made up of State Property-brand well-produced aggro East Coast gangsta rap. His SP cohorts make appearances that range from good to fair. (Side note: did you know Peedi Crack changed his name to Peedi Peedi?) Guests Bun B and Twista in particular rock their tracks, but Sigel's still the album's star, with his paced, staccato emceeing. Let's hope he keeps making the most of his time in jail.