From the collab album The Price of Fame between M.O.P.’s Lil Fame and the late, great Sean Price comes the video for “Wait For It.”
With Lil Fame and Sean Price’s The Price of Fame out now, an animated video for the duo’s “Peter Pop Off” featuring Rim, Teflon and I-Fresh pays tribute to the late Sean P.
Unheard Sean Price music is always welcome around these parts. On December 20, Lil Fame will drop a collaborative album with the late, great Sean Price titled Price of Fame that features all new verses from Price.
“Me and Sean P always spoke about recording an album together” Lil Fame commented to Complex. “We grew up in the same neighborhood and came up in the game about the same time. So when we finally got in the studio the shit was epic. Y’all know P is a beast with them bars. Price of Fame!”
Check out the first single “Center Stage.”
Yeah, we’re still getting unreleased rhymes from Sean Price three years after his passing. And they are still top notch! Duck Down cracks open the vault to give a taste of a Sean Price and Small Professor collaboration album titled ‘86 Witness. Here’s “John Gotti,” which features AG Da Coroner, Your Old Droog and Guilty Simpson. The album drops on February 8th.
Wu-Tang’s “Pearl Harbor” was one of the highlights from the Wu’s 2017 album The Saga Continues. But now the song that featured Sean Price, Method Man, Ghostface Killah gets an update with Pharoahe Monch and Tek from Smif N Wessun adding verses to the Mathematics track.
It’s hard to believe that it has been three years since the passing of Sean Price. But the soul of the late rapper continues to live through hip hop as a new video for “Apartheid” featuring Buckshot and Steele has been released to celebrate his memory.
The late Sean Price is at it again with an animated video for his collab with Illa Gee and Royal Flush titled “Good Lobster.”
An animated video for the late Sean Price’s “Three Lyrical Ps” that features Styles P and Prodigy (R.I.P.) heads your way today. The animation captures the madness spewed by these three lyrical emcees.
The original version of “Refrigerator P” from Sean Price’s Imperious Rex album has been liberated with production from Small Professor and a hook from Rock.
With Live From The Equinox hitting the streets recently, DJ Muggs and Meyhem Lauren drop the video for the Sean Price and Mr. Muthafuckin eXquire featured “Aquatic Violence.”