Sean Price & M.O.P’s Lil Fame Keep The Collaborations Coming On J-Love’s NY Barbarians (Audio)

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After a few collaborations lately, Heltah Skeltah’s Sean Price and M.O.P.’s Lil Fame seem to have found that Brownsville chemistry after 20-plus years in the game, respectively. The Outdoorsmen/longtime Wu-Tang Clan affiliate DJ J-Love (who also rhymes on here) linked the pair on “NY Barbarians.” While this is the clean version, the record still has all the grit you’d expect.

Sean Price finds new and exciting ways to dazzle with wordplay, while Lil Fame is a low-profile double-threat in Hip-Hop, with a growing catalog. Think these sessions are from an album?


“Real niggas tweet. But real niggas don’t tweet beef” – Sean Price. Thoughts on that line?

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