By Amanda Wicks
Beanie Sigel dropped the first of three diss tracks he recorded about Meek Mill today (October 6). It marks the latest in a back-and-forth between the two rappers after Sigel claimed he wrote lines on Meek’s “Ooouuu” remix, which itself as a diss track aimed at The Game.
Meek clapped back at Sigel with an eight-minute track in late September, and Sigel responded in kind with “I’m Coming.” The song begins with a sample of a jazzy-influenced gospel song claiming “better days,” before Sigel interrupts, saying, “F— it, I’m coming.”
He raps on the first verse, “The bigger the beef, bigger the clip size/ Home Depot trips, duct tape, zip ties/ Was gonna leave it dead, let s— slide/ But n—– pushin’ my f—in’ buttons/ I gotta f— up something/ I’m thinking churches and hearses/ ER trips, IV drips and nurses/ Homicides for purchase/ But I think I might work this/ Cash that check myself, though.”
The song has a chill beat and feel with a tinge of eeriness about it, as if Sigel had warped the synths that underscore the whole thing.
If words weren’t enough to convey the animosity Sigel feels toward Meek, the single’s cover art features a bunch of automatic weapons. Listen below.