Ever since Sugerhill Gang flipped the breaks to “Good Times” into a lifelong, dance-floor deal-breaker, the vast majority of radio records have been catered toward the club. Yet, when Beanie Sigel dropped his stirring single “Feel It In The Air” in 2005, each and every Hip-Hop head caught wind of the realness and turned Sigel’s harrowing paranoia into an atypical hit and in turn, one of The Roc’s top-selling releases of the year.
Today, that Heavy D-produced classic still stands as one of Beans’ best and carries the same bone-chilling glare that would make anyone from Anderson Silva to Chuck Norris look over their shoulder.
I want more like this!
Follow us on Facebook and get the latest before everyone else.