The heartbreaking lose of famed Brooklyn rapper Sean Price still stings almost a week later — I’m honestly holding back tears as I type out this blurb. Although, admittedly, I’ve never been a die hard fan of Sean Price’s music, I always did appreciate his work ethnic and grind in the rap game. It’s also worth noting that, despite hip hop’s ever-shifting vision, Price remained staunchly dedicated to the art form and blueprint. His work with the Boot Camp Clik and Heltah Skeltah speak for itself, obviously. But let’s not forget his solo discography, which brings us to today, where Price would be continually prepping the release of his (now) final solo project, Songs in the Key of Price. Thankfully the project will see the light of day — August 21st to be exact — and Mac Miller is looking to hold you off until then with “Pet Sounds,” a track he had recorded with the late, great Sean Price. Listen to “Pet Sounds” after the jump.

Also, if you’d like to donate — in anyway you can — to Sean Price’s family during this difficult time, you may do is in this link.

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Whoa! Get a look at that feature list! Legends, bruh. LEGENDS. Statik Selektah is joined by Sean Price, Bun B and Styles P for “Top Tier,” an accurately named track. The track will also be featured on Statik’s Lucky 7 album. Peep “Top Tier” after the jump.

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Sean Price has a new project on the way, a mixtape entitled Songs in the Key of Price! That’s the art above. It’s an obvious tribute to Stevie Wonders’ seminal album Songs in the Key of Life from 1976. And today Price is offering a preview of the forthcoming mixtape. Here he’s sharing “S.E.A.N.” which is set to appear on Songs in the Key of Price! Listen after the jump.

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Since October the rap tandem of Apollo Brown & Ras Kass has been sharing some dope cuts from their new album Blasphemy (out now via their official Bandcamp page) including the monster feature heavy track “Giraffe Pu**y” and “How to Kill God.” And with the album now out Apollo Brown & Ras Kass are gifting fans with this non-album bonus joint featuring the legendary Sean Price. Listen to “Impossible Dream” after the jump.

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Black Milk’s forthcoming If There’s a Hell Below is looking to be a great album after he’s treated us with “Gold Piece” featuring Bun B and now he’s giving us another goodie with “Scum” featuring Sean Price and Guilty Simpson. If There’s a Hell Below will be out October 28th. Listen to “Scum” after the jump.

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Yesterday Pro Era’s de facto leader Joey Badass stopped by Shade 45 to spit a freestyle for DJ Tony Touch’s Toca Tuesday. Needless to say, Joey spits a badass freestyle over Sean Price’s “Figure Four” and G-Unit’s “Smile”. Though fans are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Joey’s new album B4.DA.$$ they will get a kick out of his freestyle session. Check it out after the jump!

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Kanye West’s sixth album is finally upon us. Both controversial and talented, Mr. West has once again stirred the pot by naming his 10-track work Yeezus, a play off of Jesus.

It’s no secret that he is also a religious man, and means no disrespect, but nonetheless, some people were deeply disturbed at the fact that he would call his current project such a thing. Read More

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