Beanie Sigel has remained in limbo after the dissolution of Roc-A-Fella Records. Last year, things became so extreme that he began taking shots at his former boss Jay-Z and was openly flirting with the idea of signing a deal with G-Unit. That contact never came through, and now Beans is looking for a potential deal from Cash Money while holding out hope to get in on some movie projects with 50 Cent.

In a recent interview, Sigel revealed that had no real qualms about signing up with Birdman for his next album.

"Right now, I wouldn't mind f---- with Baby," he said to 804 Enterprise. "Majors, nah. I'd rather go with independent. As far as labels out there I wouldn't mind f----- with Cash Money. I wouldn't mind f----- with the Birdman."

Of course, that doesn't necessarily mean an offer is on the table. Sigel has been working on an album entitled 'The Classic' for a long while and has certainly lost most of the hype that he had at his Roc-A-Fella peak. He sees film, particularly the sort of rapidfire, straight-to-DVD scripts that 50 Cent is currently plowing through, as another way to move his career forward.

"I wouldn't mind f---- with Fifty right now," he continued. "Doing some movies, some s---. But I definitely f---- with the Birdman. Shout out to Birdman, Lil Wayne."

Here's to hoping that wherever Beans ends up, we get more music from him throughout 2011.

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