Philly was in the house heavy at the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards when Beanie Sigel, Peedi Crakk, Freeway, Omillio Sparks and Neef Buck came together for a solid cypher.

Crakk stepped up to the plate first, spitting over a beat mixed by DJ Premier. "Bust a move, smooth criminal dude/If in the mood i fuck up an instrumental or two," he rhymes.

Neef Buck, formerly of the Young Gunz, proved he's only about the loyalists on his team. "Stay loyal, stay real or stay the F from me/If it ain't come in turkey bags, baby it ain't the D," Buck rhymes.

Up next comes Omillio Sparks, who's heavily armed. "I done seen what they tried to do to me, that's why i keep the 4-5, keep it close by/With that Philadelphia pride and do it worldwide," the MC delivers.

Philly Freezer made it a point to rep for his city with lines like "One of the few rap giants but I don't reside in N-Y, its P-H-I-Double L-y, hell aye/Made it out the ghetto, I'm a different type of fell aye," and Beanie Sigel closed out the cypher by taking aim at rappers with odd wardrobe choices: "They dressin' like women, callin' it fashion, i call it checkin a nigga, you call it bashin'/ These rappers walk around lookin' like young thots, I know you see it, Yung Jocs."

Watch the Philly boys in action above.

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