Thou Art God is the 3rd single off of Skematics “Somewhere In The Gray EP”. It features Brooklyn legend Sean Price (RIP) and is produced by East Uticas Panassassin. Before Sean past away, Skematics and him were in talks about shooting the music video, Due to his untimely death, we have collected rare footage which we have used, as well as a never before heard Sean Price verse, recorded at a cipher alongside Skematics that is premiered at the end.
The title may be “Say Nothing” but the Croation producer grabs Rah Digga to join the late Sean Price as the duo says everything with a little help from Tony Touch.
In celebration of what would have been Sean Price’s 44th birthday on 3/17, Duck Down pays tribute by dropping the “Soul Perfect” video that features his daughter Shaun Price spitting his bars. Very touching. Long live Sean P!
Yet another posthumous Sean Price verse surfaces on Timeless Truth’s “Hardbody Karate.”
Royce Da 5’9″ sat down with WatchLoud to discuss his relationship with Sean Price, how they were fans of one another and that time they discussed a Random Axe vs. Slaughterhouse battle.
More verses from Sean Price prove that the emcee was one of the hardest working out there. This time we get to hear Sean alongside Planet Asia on “The Festival.”
Sketch McGuiney brings the late, great Sean Price and Ras Kass along for video to “World War Z.” Obviously, we’ll be hearing unreleased Sean P rhymes for a while but to see him in this video is certainly a highlight.
Back in 2012, the good folks at Duck Down Records thought it would be an awesome idea if they put a hip hop spin on “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” by inserting their own grinch into the narrative. That hairy, green, grouchy man would be none other than Sean Price. The music video was a brilliant re-imagining of the kids tale and has a number of hip hop twists such as Sean P living on Mother Gaston Blvd and Blake Ave. in Brooklyn instead of Mount Crumpet. WatchLoud put together a piece that reflects on the making of this video that you should read after watching the video.
Another Sean Price verse surfaces on the Sketch McGuiney cut that also features Ras Kass. And, of course, it’s dope.
Rock pays tribute to his fallen Heltah Skeltah brother with “Da Streets Want Blood.”