Dwight E. Grant better known as ‘Beanie Sigel’ is a well-known American rapper. Sigel was born on March 6, 1974 in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His popular name ‘Beanie Sigel’ comes from a street based in South Philadelphia. It was rappers stomping grounds where he used to work along with Senior Durham. It was in the year 2002 when he rose to fame with becoming a part of rap group ‘State Property’. In 2003, the rap group released their second album which contains the hit single ‘Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop’. The single was nominated for Grammy Award in the category of ‘Best Rap Performance By a Duo or Group’. In the year 2005, Sigel released his album ‘The B. Coming’. He shot multiple videos for his singles from the album. Sigel resigned a music contract with the ‘Roc-A-Fella Records’. After signing a music contract with record label, he started to work on his fourth album ‘The Solution’. Soon after a year, he released his first single titled ‘The Solution’ which was featured with the renowned American singer ‘Robert Sylvester Kelly’. The single became a huge hit with making its place on the ‘U.S. R& B charts’.

Sigel released his fourth album ‘The Solution’ on May 22 2007. The album debuted at 37th position on the ‘Billboard Charts’. In the year 2009, he released his debut independent album titled ‘The Broad Street Bully’. The music genius announced his retirement from the music industry on May 31, 2011. But soon after two weeks of his announcement, he started working on his next album ‘The Classic’. In 2011, he released his first single form ‘B-Boy Stance’. Besides his successful music career, he also became popular with playing the main role in the movie ‘State Property’. He also became a part of movies like Paper Soldiers’ and ‘Rhyme and Punishment’. At the start of 2014, he has earned an estimated net worth amount of $100 thousand dollars.