Archive for Sean Price

Video: Pete Rock & Smif-N-Wessun (Feat. Memphis Bleek), “Top of the World”

Posted in Media, Video with tags , , , , on Friday, February 17, 2012 by Tim Althaus

It’s always a good day when music that pertains to Pete Rock comes out. As many of you may recall, The Soul Brother #1 put out the album Monumentalwith Smif-N-Wessun last year; the album was stellar, and it featured array of guest appearances including Styles P, Sean Price, Raekwon, Buckshot and Bun B. “Top of the World” is the third track off of the album to get the visual treatment (I believe), and it features the crafty veteran Memphis Bleek. Pete Rock has some of those beats that just have a very relaxing vibe to them, and “Top of the World” is definitely one of them. It’s interesting to hear Memphis Bleek spit some bars because I had no idea what happened to that guy. Either way, the track and video are both very nice, and you should probably press play. If you haven’t picked upMonumental, I would do so as soon as possible. Check the video for “That’s Hard” (Feat. Sean Price) down below.

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Guilty Simpson, Phat Kat, Big Tone & DJ Graffiti x Splash!-Mag

Posted in Media, Video with tags , , , , , , , , , on Wednesday, September 23, 2009 by Tim Althaus

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Definitely a great thing to see coverage on Detroit Hip-Hop, it’s my favorite shit out there (no offense Minneapolis), no one is bringing a sound to the Midwest (with the exception of MPLS) like Dietroit. Splash!-Mag caught up with Guilty Simpson, Phat Kat, Big Tone & DJ Graffiti this year at the Splash! Festival. Big Tone talks about how it’s his first time over in Europe and what that experience is like. Phat Kat talks about his new album that he is finishing up, The Katacombs, and an album called Co-Still that he is working on with Elzhi (that’s what I like to hear).

Guilty grabs the mic and mentions his album with Madlib, says that the Random Axe project is just about done, and that he is also working on his second official release. He delves into the OJ Simpson album and talks a little bit about what you can expect to hear. I had heard something near catastrophic happened on the Random Axe project, and Guilty tells us that Black Milk did indeed lose a lot of the work associated with the album. Sean Price & Guilty Simpson had to re-record their vocals for the album.

There is so much more in this interview that is great, I mean it’s 20 minutes long. Take some notes from one of the best Hip-Hop cities in the country.

Shouts to 2DopeBoyz on the look.

Sean Price Holds Down That “Top Rank”

Posted in Audio, Downloads with tags , , , , on Wednesday, September 23, 2009 by Tim Althaus

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Thanks to 2DopeBoyz we have yet another track from the always amazing Sean P! This track, “Top Rank”, is a promo for the upcoming Random Axe project with Black Milk & Guilty Simpson. No word yet as to when the Random Axe project will drop, but I can assure you that it’s going to be astronomical.

Download: Sean Price, “Top Rank

Sean Price, Kimbo Price (Artwork) x “Broken Safety 2 (Incredible P)”

Posted in Audio, Downloads, Music News with tags , , , , , , , , , on Sunday, September 20, 2009 by Tim Althaus

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Good Lord, Sean Price has done it again. The artwork to this one looks pretty epic, and according to the post at 2DopeBoyz, this mixtape will be a prelude to the upcoming Mic Tyson project. It is going to be dropping on October 27th. You can expect to hear: The Boot Camp Clik, Royce Da 5’9″, Rock (of Heltah Skeltah), Ruste Juxx, Torae, Skyzoo & Poison Pen all rocking with Kimo Price. Don’t sleep on Sean P, you will regret it.

Download: Sean Price, “Broken Safety 2 (Incredible P)

3 New Joints Off Sean P’s Kimbo Price

Posted in Audio, Downloads with tags , , , , , , , , on Tuesday, September 8, 2009 by Tim Althaus

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First off, I want to say that Sean Price is a fucking monster. This guy can rhyme better than 90% of the emcees that are out there right now. Thanks to the homeboy Shake, we have three new joints off of P’s upcoming album Kimbo Price. The first track is entitled “Duck Down” and it features fellow Brooklyn fire-spitters Skyzoo & Torae. I don’t really think that I need to tell you readers that these guys raid this beat like a SWAT team, and Skyzoo even drops a dope ass Prop Joe reference from The Wire. On the other two tracks, “MegaSean” & “Boostin’ Mobiles”, Sean P rides solo and shows why he’s easily one of the best and most witty emcees in the game. You aren’t sleeping on Jesus Price Superstar are you?

Download: Sean Price, “Duck Down” (Feat. Skyzoo & Torae)

Download: Sean Price, “MegaSean

Download: Sean Price, “Boostin’ Mobiles

Copywrite & Sean Price “Pick-Up Stix”

Posted in Audio, Downloads with tags , , , , , on Monday, August 3, 2009 by Tim Althaus

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Here is a new joint off of Copywrite’s new project Ultrasound: The Rebirth EP which is due to drop in October. The track is produced by Jay Notes, and it features the always witty Sean Price on the mic. These guys make a great duo on the microphone, they have both always been known for their great rhymes. I can assure you that I will be grabbing the new EP as well as The High Exhaulted when it gets re-released. Make sure you go out and support Camu Tao and pick up the re-release of MHz, Table Scraps which is available via digital download as well as your local retail store. Shouts to 2DopeBoyz for the look on this one.

Download: Copywrite, “Pick-Up Stix” (Prod. By Jay Notes) (Feat. Sean Price)

Black Milk Talks With Pitchfork About Random Axe

Posted in Music News with tags , , , on Sunday, June 7, 2009 by Tim Althaus

randomaxe Black Milk is probably my favorite artist in the game right now (next to Evidence), he has been putting out incredible music with that signature Detroit sound. He linked up with Pitchfork Media (who dissed him in the first paragraph citing his “unspectacular rhyming” on Tronic) about the super group composed of Sean Price, Guilty Simpson & himself known as Random Axe. Personally I feel like Pitchfork is a giant epicenter of pretentious morons, but if it’s Black Milk related I will read it. The Random Axe album is one of my most anticipated albums this year, and I feel like this album is going to be nothing short of great.

Black Milk discusses a lot of issues about how the group came to be (contacting Sean Price for a verse on Guilty Simpson’s album), how he adapts production sounds for certain emcees, how it feels to be on Duck Down Records and how he reacts to people coining him as the “new Kanye” (he cites himself as being much different than Kanye, I personally think he’s better). This interview is great and it gives some good insight into the story of the great super group known as Random Axe. According to the interview, Black Milk won’t be rapping on every verse because he wanted to focus the spotlight on Sean P & Guilty Simpson.

I am going to be impatiently waiting for this album which will be dropping late this year. I can tell you that the beats and wordplay on this album are going to be top tier, and you surely aren’t going to want to miss it. Stay tuned to Mind Inversion for all the news on the Random Axe record. This is just another great example of Black Milk “putting the D on his back like a shirt that he bought”.

You can read the entire interview here.