Sean Price: Biography and music career

Published At: 31 March 2020 , 05:19 PM


Sean Price is a Brooklyn rapper, member of Heltah Skeltah, Boot Camp Clik and Random Ax, who has a tough style and a powerful, low voice.

He started rapping back in 1993, joining the Duck Down label. Together with Rock as Heltah Skeltah, they released three studio albums - "Nocturnal," "Magnum Force," and "DIRT," as well as four albums as part of the super band Boot Camp Clik, which put Sean at the top of the New York underground scene.

In 2005, he released his first solo album "Monkey Barz," which AllHipHop called the best independent release of the year. In 2007, a sequel was released entitled "Jesus Price Supastar" - the second release on Duck Down Records, which hit the Billboard chart. The release was also praised by music critics. In 2011, with the participation of Guilty Simpson and Black Milk, he released the album "Random Ax." In 2012, Sean Price released his third studio album, "Mic Tyson," which again hit the charts. 

In 2013, the joint release with the producer M-Phases "Land of the Crooks" was released. In 2015, Sean Price died of cardiac arrest. After his death, friends and colleagues released the release of "Songs in the Key of Price," which he cooked all year.


Sean Price passed the Muslim initiation in 2009;

The track "Rising To The Top" was included in the soundtrack of "GTA III," and "Boom Bye Yeah" was included in the soundtrack of "Saints Row III";

The character of Sean Price is present in the game "NBA 2K11" and on the soundtrack to it;

The 3 Lyrical P's

On August 8, the last (and posthumous) Sean Price album will see the light. His inner circle got loose, and many of the tracks with guest couplets became real bangers. So is "The 3 Lyrical P's," which the author shares with fellow workers Prodigy and Styles P.

The atmospheric instrumental of Harry Frod, not overloaded with effects, serves as an excellent platform from which rappers launch their punch into space.