Showing posts with label Sean Price. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sean Price. Show all posts

PF Cuttin and Sean Price Presents DaVillins - Broken Eggz

PF Cuttin and Sean Price Presents DaVillins (Real Hip-hop)

Brownsville hip-hop duo DaVillins (consisting of Rim and LP) dropped their latest mixtape, "Broken Eggz", a few months back and I just now got a chance to check it out. The tape is dope and is centered around that Golden Era boom-bap sound that I'm such a huge fan of, with PF Cuttin providing the mix and cuts throughout the project and Sean Price hosting. Peep it below.

Innocent? - Silent Murder (ft. Ruste Juxx and Sean Price)

Brooklyn emcee Innocent? teams up with Ruste Juxx and Sean Price for their song "Silent Murder", which is taken from the upcoming T.H.E.M. Recordings compilation "Killin' the Game." The song is ill and features all three emcees spitting fire over a head nodding DJ Static instrumental that is centered around a choir sample. Dope shit.

Onyx - We Don't Fuckin Care (ft. A$AP Ferg and Sean Price)

Fredro Starr and Sticky Fingaz team up with A$AP Ferg and Sean Price to drop the second single from their upcoming "WAKEDAFUCUP" album. The song is called "We Don't Fuckin Care" and features all four emcees spitting fire over a dope Snowgoons instrumental full of menacing pianos and head nodding drums. "WAKEDAFUCUP" is set to be released on March 9th.

Foul Play Feat. Heltah Skeltah - That's How It Be (Boo Yah)

Now this is dope. DJ OGee recently posted up another lost gem from the 90's to his SoundCloud page and its absolute fire. The song is called "That's How It Be (Boo Yah)" and is by Foul Play, who were on DuckDown back in the 90's but never really ended up putting out much material. The track is produced by O.Gee himself, features guest appearances from Rock and Ruck of Heltah Skeltah, and was recorded at D&D Studio NYC back in late 1995. It's always great to revisit that classic, grimy BCC sound when these unreleased tracks finally see the light of day. Peep it below.

Sean Price and M-Phazes - Land of the Crooks (Review)

Sean Price and M-Phazes - Land of the Crooks

"Land of the Crooks" is a collaboration EP between Boot Camp Clik/Heltah Skeltah emcee Sean Price and Melbourne, Australia producer M-Phazes. The EP features guest appearances from Roc Marciano, Guilty Simpson, Billy Danze (of M.O.P.), Maffew Ragazino and others and also features production from Small Professor, but mostly all tracks are produced by M-Phazes himself. The EP was released on December 17, 2013 via Coalmine Records.

Sean Price featuring Rock - I'm So High (Single)

The lead single from Sour Stacks & Hustling Jacks "The Green LP" was just released in the form of the track "I'm So High", by Boot Camp Clik generals Sean P and Rock. The song is produced by Marco Polo and its crazy. The full album was released through Six2Six Records and is available now on CD and Vinyl at Phat Beats as well as digitally via Bandcamp (link below). Check out the single and the tracklisting and then cop the full album and support real hip-hop.

2.Copywrite - Customer Always Right
3.Guilty Simpson - Bag It Up
4.MC Eiht - Smoke Sumthin
5.Sean Price feat. Rock - I'm So High
6.Masta Ace - All For Sale
7.M.I.(Constant Deviants) - Chronicle
8.Ras Kass - Smokers Story
9.Sparrow The Movement - Rehab
10.Constant Deviants - Collie Gardens
11.Constant Deviants - Kronicle (REMIX)

Produced entirely by MARCO POLO.

Sean Price - Mic Tyson (Review)

Sean Price - Mic Tyson (cover)

Sean Price is one of the original members of Boot Camp Clik (specifically one half of Heltah Skeltah along with Rock) and a member of the supergroup Random Axe. Since his first appearance in 1995, Sean P (aka Ruck) has dropped three albums as part of Heltah Skeltah, one as part of Random Axe and three solo albums. The focus of this review is on his latest solo endeavor, Mic Tyson, which dropped in late 2012.

Sean Price - BBQ Sauce

Sean Price just released a new video for the track "BBQ Sauce" from his latest album "Mic Tyson."
This was one of my favorite tracks off the album, which I consider to be one of the best hip-hop albums of 2012.
The video is hilarious. Peep it below.

As always, remember to pick up a copy of Mic Tyson on or on iTunes and support the artist.