Some Sean Price Eloquence Over A Soul Sample Is Shared By Statik Selektah (Audio)

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Sean Price was an MC with many friends. Industry-wide, the artist formerly known as Ruck maintained bonds with the like of LOX, Sadat X, Ill Bill, and Skyzoo. This of course goes beyond Rockness Monstah (Heltah Skeltah), Boot Camp Clik, Random Axe, or close associates Ruste Juxx and Illa Ghee. An MC that Sean showed strong allegiance to is West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s Jakk Frost. The Beard Gang MC and the Duck Down mainstay made a series of appearances together on stage and song.

Today, nearly two months after Sean left us, Statik Selektah releases “Admiral Greets General.” The song is a straightforward bar-busting moment over a rich Soul loop. With an especially gravelly voice, this is one of Sean’s presumed final recordings—and like so many others, he gave it the most:

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