The sheer amount of new music that passes through my headphones on the daily means that, if you were to ask me in the evening which new records I’d listened to just hours ago, I’d be lucky if one or two specific names came to mind. Sean Price‘s latest single, however, is one I’m going to remember—and not just because, “Remember,” is its title. A bonus cut off his latest solo album, this freshly-released cut finds Ruckus coming together with Gary, Indiana phenom Freddie Gibbs to lace a bluesy Statik Selektah instrumental with raw and uncut lyrical flames. As you’d expect from the individuals involved, the result is a smoldering street banger par excellence. For more, check out Price’s Mic Tyson LP, released this past Tuesday via Duck Down and available now for purchase on iTunes.
Written by richard on 10/31/12
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