Napoleon Da Legend comes out the gate swinging with a cinematic visual for “Wise Men,” featuring Sean Price. The story begins following “Young Monkey” aka “Little Co0n,” a character that takes a satirical jab at whimsical MCs and just so happens to resemble a certain gold toothed, molly loving Atlanta rapper.
Ralph Lauren doesn’t depend on Hip-Hop to stay financially viable, but his brand has certainly benefitted from the cool factor of our culture. Back in the day, MCs sought out Polo for the freshest digs. Raekwon sported the now infamous Snow Beach jacket in the visuals for “Can It All Be So Simple.” Grand Puba laid an Alpine […]
Holiday-themed raps around this time of year are not new, but mostly focused around Christmas. When you think of the eight-day Jewish holiday Hanukkah, however, you immediately conjure the image of Oakland rap legend Too Short, right? We thought so. The rapper born Todd Shaw apparently knows a little about the “Festival Of Lights” and […]
Those sleigh bells are ringing and everybody is in the holiday spirit, even Duck Down’s Sean Price.
Sean Price drops a video for “Haraam,” a bonus cut off his Mic Tyson album, that’s in stores now. The song features the Duck Down rapper’s brutal bars over horn filled production courtesy of Team Demo.
If you need proof that there is such a thing as Hip-Hop beyond the shores of America, look no further than the German production duo of JR & PH7.
The Brownsville representative known as Sean Price goes by many alter egos; Kimbo Price, Mic Tyson, Sean P!, and now my new personal favorite, Sean Ross. Channeling the late, great painter Bob Ross (RIP), Sean depicted some dope imagery of what he sees outside of his window into canvas, no Nas.
Sean Price’s new album, Mic Tyson, is in stores right now. What are you waiting on? To give you extra incentive to get your copy, take a listen to “Remember,” featuring Freddie Gibbs, a bonus track off the album.
Sean Price has been putting on his journalism hat on a lot lately. After channeling Nardwuar recently and interviewing Pharoahe Monch, P is on location in Canarsie, Brooklyn in Hurricane Sandy’s path.
With Sean Price‘s long-awaited Mic Tyson about to hit stores, P and Pharoahe Monch drop a new record off of the album called, “BBQ Sauce.”
If you are familiar with the ever-popular interviews with Nardwuar, this might give you a couple of chuckles. Sean Price assumes the alias of “Seanwuar” and channels The Human Serviette as he interviews Pharoahe Monch.
Sean Price is about to drop his new album, Mic Tyson, shortly, but it’s not stopping him from dropping some new tunes in the meantime. Mandela P shares “Swine On Pineapples” a freestyle over Action Bronson’s “Pouches of Tuna” instrumental.