You Probably Haven’t Heard Sean Price Tackle A Track Like Dump In The Gut (Audio)

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Sean Price doesn’t care. That’s what makes him great. The Heltah Skeltah MC that said “I don’t Wale with you new niggas” a few years back is back to talk his trademark cranky rap on “Dump In The Gut.” Produced by longtime Duck Down affiliate from Down Under M-Phazes, the cut samples UGK (and Outkast’s) “International Player’s Anthem” as P! disregards all feelings in making fun of softer Rap acts, and softer Rap fans. Ruck’s aesthetic is all his own, and like Devin The Dude, he’s great at being comical without breaking the vibe of the track or delivery.


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