A choice selection from Mayhem Lauren and DJ Muggs’ collaborative project Gems From The Equinox that features a verse from the late Sean Price along with Mr. Muthafuckin eXquire. “Aquatic Violence” is that subterranean ruckus that features venomous bars.
Post humous Sean Price verses are always welcome to keep his legacy alive and remind everyone that he had bars for months. Blood Before Pride unleashes a Sean P verse from the song “Move Units” that is a blend of rock and rap.
There are still a steady stream of songs from Sean Price being released a year after his death. “Down With Me” finds Sean P trading bars with Wu-Tang Clan’s Masta Killer over a head nodding 9th Wonder production.
Imperius Rex is on the loose! With the late Sean Price’s 4th album being released today, the video for “Dead or Alive” also sees the light of day. And this joint is bananas. The ape known as Imperius Rex is running rampant at the Brownsville Zoo and disrespects everything in its path.
Adult Swim recently announced that MF Doom sent them a folder of 15 songs titled The Missing Notebook Rhymes and will release them to the masses. First up, DOOM and Sean P.’s “Negus.”
It’s truly unfortunate that this track features a pair of our fallen soldiers, but Sean Price’s “The 3 Lyrical Ps” from the late Price’s Imperious Rex album features stellar verses from Prodigy and Styles P.
Back in 2015, producer Mr. Green released an album where he used the sounds from the streets in various places across the globe to create music. Everything from closing car doors to people beat boxing were used. It turned into a video series and one of the episodes was in Bogota, Columbia and had a guest appearance from Sean Price as he rocks over what Green concocted in Columbia. It was filmed shortly before he passed and has been vaulted until now. Check it out.
It’s still hard to believe that Sean Price is gone. But on the two year anniversary of his death (August 8), Duck Down will release his posthumous album, Imperious Rex. With the announcement comes an animated video of the title track where he goes gorilla on 5-0.
March 17th marks the born day of the late, great Sean Price. On what would have been his 45th birthday, Duck Down Records releases the first single from his posthumous album Imperius Rex titled “Definition of God.”
Bruse Wayne collaborated with Sean Price for what was likely one of his last guest spots for his death. And Chris Rivers joins in for the video to “Venom.”