Beanie Sigel and Freeway are willing to collaborate with Jay Z to make music. Beanie, Free and "Freeway" Ricky Ross were on Philly radio station Boom 107.9 recently and spoke about their recent performance at Jay Z's B-Sides Concert with Monie Love.

"I don’t wanna spoil it…but the reaction from the public, whether we’re on the same page or not, the public want that," said Beanie. "And I think the two days and the reaction from it? It’s undeniable, it’s gotta happen." Freeway added, "It was like back to normal." .

Free went on to explain how they felt like royalty living the Roc-A-Fella lifestyle again for two days. It's been a while since they've had people waiting on them left and right, and according to Free, it sure felt good. Beanie Sigel said, "The other day, it was like nothing ever changed. Everybody was laughing, happy, smiling, joking. seemingly at a loss for words."

Hov and Beanie were beefing since 2009 when the Philly MC dissed Jay Z on "I Go Off" in 2009. Hopefully this collab can happen soon.

Providing the musical backing for Hov's concert last weekend was eight-piece group 1500 Or Nothin' also known as the The Fifteen Hundreds. They recently played for Rick Ross on his Mastermind album and accompanied him on his tour. The group recently released behind-the-scenes footage of the concert, which includes interviews with Young Guru and Just Blaze, as well as clips from the show. Check it out below.

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