Best Sean Price Songs of All Time!

#25. The Lyrical P’s ft. Prodigy & Styles P – An absolute dream track from 3 of the best rappers with the letter “P” in their names…

#24. One – When it comes to “One” tracks… I prefer Ghostface’s “One” track over this one, but this one is cool as well………………….. One

#23. Heltah Skeltah – Everything is Heltah Skeltah – The third and final Heltah Skeltah album was… Ummm.. It was… Ok… It wasn’t their best, but there were some quality songs on there… For example… This song is pretty good…

#22. Boot Camp Clik – And So – Imagine how different the Clik’s mainstream success could’ve been had they ended up doing that “One Nation” collaboration album with 2Pac before his death… I can only imagine the possibilities…

#21. Director’s Cut – I know this track is short, and it probably wouldn’t make it onto most Sean Price lists, but this song is one of my personal favorite’s!…

 #20. Boot Camp Clik – Here We Come – A Heltah Skeltah song that got grouped into a Boot Camp Clik album… Not P’s most memorable track, but it’s a song worth mentioning on this list…

 #19. Peep My Words – The track that officially started off Sean P’s solo career… Am I the only one who here’s the M.A.S.H opening theme song when listening to this song?…

#18. King Kong ft. Rock – Rock really brought the best out of Sean Price… To the point where even a lot of Sean P’s best solo work would feature his Heltah Skeltah counterpart in some form of capacity…

#17. Boom Bye Yeah – The amount of 90’s rappers who have died too soon is “alarming”… I cant even remember the last year where we didn’t wind up losing at least one vital member of hip hop to death. Its been awhile…

#16. Heltah Skeltah – Sean Price – The 3 most used “terms” in Sean Prices’s rap music

3. “Call me sire”…

2. “Word is Bon Jovi”…

1. “The brokest rapper you know”…

He also says “Andre Iguodala” a lot too…

#15. Mess You Made ft. Block McCloud – The chorus on this song is ass… But, besides that… This song is quality!…

#14. Boot Camp Clik – Don’t Say Shit To Ruck – This song reminds me of that Youngbloodz track titled “Damn!”… All thats missing is Lil John on the hook yelling “Don’t start no shit, and there won’t be no shit!”… Besides that… Both song’s are virtually identical IMO…… (Disclaimer: None of this is true)…

#13. Remember ft. Freddie Gibbs – Two of the most underrated emcee’s ever link up on this track called “Remember”… Hopefully when its all said and done people will “remember” the contributions both of these rappers have made to the game because currently both have been  relatively “slept on” to this point…

#12. Violent – When it comes to “Violent” tracks… I prefer 2Pac’s “Violent” over this… Oh wait… I did this shit already… Moving on….

#11. Heltah Skeltah – Worldwide (Rock the World) – The second Heltah Skeltah album was arguably as good as the first… The group got away from the slow and melodic beats of the first album, and would Instead jump on some contemporary N.Y. style beats for this project… I’m assuming The Boot Camp Clik did this in hopes of landing some more radio play, but that never really came to fruition…

#10. Heartburn – “I love selling nicks at night, go home, to my son. Roll a spliff and watch Nick at Nite.”… That’s classic Sean PPPPP!!! Right there…

#09. Onion Head ft. Tek – It’s hard to believe that Sean Price was working a construction job before his first solo album “Monkey Barz” came out… Being “The brokest rapper you know” was more than just a moniker for Sean P. in 2005…

#08. Heltah Skeltah – Therapy – Ruck… I mean Dr. Killpatient… Dissects Rock’s brain in one of the most memorable tracks off of the “Nocturnal” album…

#07. Heltah Skeltah – Undastand – This was the first Heltah Skeltah song to really grab my attention from their debut album… Outside of the weak cover art, every aspect of that “Nocturnal” was utterly classic! Easily one of the best “overlooked” hip hop album’s of all time…

#06. Heltah Skeltah – I Ain’t Havin That – The energy on this track is crazy!… This song also samples Redman’s voice on the hook which is fitting since its fairly obvious that Reggie Noble was influential to the Boot Camp Clik as a whole… I believe that even Sean Price references it on a song as well… Something like “I used to sell dope, and listen to Redman”… something something I can’t think of the rest man…

#05. Bar-Barian – The instrumental on this track is nasty! Stripped down old school nastiness!… Is “nastiness” even a word?… Fuck it!… It is now…

#04. Heltah Skeltah ft. Method Man – Gunz ‘N Onez – Even on a song with 3 great rappers on it, when do you ever get great verses from everyone on one single track… The answer is “almost never”, but this song is an exception!… Method Man starts this song off with flames! To the point where when he’s finished with his verse you almost want to turn the song off because you know that nothing can top it… Then Ruck comes on and he basically does just that… With an emcee the caliber of Sean Price I guess that shouldn’t come as a totally shock to anyone… The “total shock” of the song comes from Rock on this record… He has hands down the best verse of the entire song!… Let me repeat that one more time… Rock out raps Sean Price, and Method Man on this song!… That shit is unbelievable!…Word up to the legend Biggie Small’s…

#03. P-Body ft. Rock – “The left hook’ll shatter your chin. Similar to Darryl Dawkins when he shattered the rim.”… “Nigga, kneel down, kiss the ring. R. Kelly a verse when I piss on your sixteen” … Jesus Christ!… Oh wait… What I meant to say was… Jesus Price!…

#02. Heltah Skeltah – Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka – If anyone is wondering why Heltah Skeltah weren’t big mainstream successes in the 90’s… Look no further than this song… Naming a track “Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka” is about as bad of a marketing idea as there is… Ironically this song would just happen to be the groups biggest “hit”, so what the fuck do I know…

#01. Heltah Skeltah – Operation Lockdown – Okay I get it… What I’m about to say might sound like blasphemy to some buuuttt… You can’t tell me… That this first… Heltah Skeltah album didn’t draw some form of inspiration… From southern rap music… In particular… The Dungeon Family… and to be even more particular… Goodie Mob… No New York rap group was making music like this in the 90’s! Black Moon’s music was similar, but was way more “hardcore” sounding at the time… Heltah Skeltah came onto the scene in 96’ with a fresh sound from a New York perspective, but if you were first a fan of Outkast, Goodie Mob, Geto Boys, etc. You probably couldn’t help, but feel like these boys were biting the south… Albeit at a very high level…


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