Sean Price Rap Clinic Part 2 feat. R.A. The Rugged Man
R.A. The Rugged Man was indirectly, directly responsible for why Sean Price was forced to start a rap clinic. R.A. leapt from a stage at a show Sean was attending; landing on him and damaging his vocal chords. Forced to stop rapping, Sean turned to a new source of income, as the owner and teacher of a rap clinic.
With Sean’s tragic death last year, students of the clinic were sad to lose their mentor. Several of the students had pre-paid credits for the class. To prevent refunds, R.A. The Rugged man felt it was only right to step up and honor the legacy of Sean Price by assuming the new role of teacher for the clinic.
Although he claimed to take a more professional and patient approach to the teachings…things didn’t unfold that way during his lessons. The only bright spot of the day seemed to come from his star pupil, A.F.R.O. Watch the drama unfold in Rap Clinic Part 2!
Duck Down Presents: Too High To Die (420 Compilation)
Celebrate 420 in a hazy blaze of glory with 'Too High To Die', a compilation featuring songs by B-Real of Cypress Hill, Boot Camp Clik, Buckshot, Sean Price, Black Moon, Smif N Wessun, Statik Selektah, Bodega Bamz, Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley, Flatbush Zombies, Mac Miller, Ruste Juxx, Chelsea Reject, Kidz In The Hall, and more.
Honor the legacy of Sean Price with this exclusive package featuring a Limited-Edition 7.5 inch bobblehead & Custom “P!” 2GB USB Flash Drive. Each bobblehead was custom made, and the box art, illustrated by Tanboys Art, showcases Sean’s local Brownsville, Brooklyn neighborhood.
The Custom “P” 2GB USB Flash Drive is packaged in a collectible plastic shell case and comes pre-loaded with all 4 of Sean Price’s mixtapes: Donkey Sean Jr., Kimbo Price, Master P, & Songs In The Key of Price. The drive also includes a copy of the official “Soul Perfect” music video featuring his wife, Bernadette Price and his daughter, Shaun Price.
Proceeds from the sales will benefit Sean Price’s family. Only 500 units are available.
Mass Appeal made their 2nd annual appearance at the SXSW festival in Austin, TX this year, partnering with Duck Down for the Sean Price birthday tribute. Watch this recap to get a glimpse of what you missed at home.
Sean Price - "Soul Perfect" feat. Shaun Price, Illa Ghee, Royal Flush (Music Video)
Happy Birthday to the late, great Sean Price. “ Soul Perfect,” music from his ’ Songs in The Key Of Price’ mixtape, features his wife, Bernadette Price, daughter, Shaun Price, along with Illa Ghee & Royal Flush. Track produced by Crummie Beats. Video directed by Guy Blelloch.
To celebrate Sean’s birthday, fans can purchase an extremely limited-edition Sean Price bobble head & P! flash drive bundle, which contains all of Sean’s mixtapes and a movie file of the Soul Perfect video.
Bernadette Price - Southern Vangard Radio Interview Sessions
The world is largely familiar with our Sean Price interview from June 2015. It was a definitive moment at Southern Vangard Radio, as it easily became our biggest and most listened to interview to date - and it was certainly the most entertaining as Sean did what Sean always does. What happened a few months later was unfathomable - his unexpected death in August of 2015 shell-shocked his family and the music world at large - as well as all of us here at SVR, especially as we began to realize that our session with Sean in June was more than likely his last recorded interview. Over the following months, we began communicating with Bernadette, which eventually brings us to today - an interview with Bernadette on Sean’s birthday, March 17th.
Bernadette & Sean’s daughter, Shaun, celebrates her birthday the day after on March 18th. So today, make sure to celebrate the man, his music & his family, and go cop every Sean P album/single/EP you haven’t paid for yet and buy some extra merch - it’s the least we can do. While you’re doing that, press play and enjoy our interview with Bernadette and never forget it’s always.
Royce 5’9” & Sean Price Wanted Slaughterhouse To Battle Random Axe
On his heartfelt new single, “Tabernacle,” Detroit’s Royce 5’ 9” takes a brief respite from narrating the single most impactful day of his life to pay homage to the late Sean Price. “Ay y’all remember that one joint from the Heltah Skeltah album…Sean Price be like, “Im not sure any…” yeah that was my shit. I used to bump that shit all day.”
So to celebrate what would have been Ruck of Heltah Skeltah’s 44th birthday on March 17th, we invited Royce (and others) to share his fondest memories of Sean and how the Brownsville legend helped to shape him as an artist. Watch the video above or read the transcript below:
“I first met Sean with 8-Off Agallah. He introduced us. I remember him always being funny. He formed a group with Black Milk and Guilty Simpson called Random Axe. Once he got real cool with Hex I used to see him and talk to him all the time. We always had the competitive talk of Slaughterhouse vs Random Axe. He used to be like ‘We’ll body y’all!’ and I used to say “We’ll body y’all. All it takes is for all of us to get on a song. Let’s make it happen.
“But what stuck out to me the most was I used to try to explain to him how much he influenced me back in the day and he didn’t believe it. He used to be ‘Whatever Royce. You just talking.’ Then I’d rap the whole verse from “Sean Price” (on Nocturnal) and he’d just turn around and rap some shit from Boom,’ basically just to be like ‘I like your shit, too.’ But I said nah man it’s deeper than that. I made my father like that album. And he used to down talk all hip-hop everything. And I made him like Ruck and Rock. And my dad is a hater, man.
“Sean gave me some elements, made me start paying attention to ad-libbing. He used to do these monotone ad-libs under his raps instead of just doubling it and layering his verses in the same tone he’d go an octave lower in a mot one. And I started doing that back in the day. I was taking different tricks from different people, but hat’s one thing that I got from him.”