If Sean Price Is A Free Agent, Where Should He Go?
I was checking out NahRight.com and eskay had a new Sean Price song for my listening pleasure.
For anyone a fan of Ruck, er, I mean Mega-Sean, you’ll definitely wanna know what’s going on after the jump.
Kimbo Price has been down with Dru Ha and Duck Down Records since forever and a day, but on a new track “Figure Four” (instead of having Reverend Al guest host Monday Night Raw, call P!), Price has some news for us and his longtime recording home:
no disrespect to Duck Down Records
after this go-round a ni**a lookin for the exit, peace
sincerely, pyrex pot Sean
cook it, cut it and spit it on nahright.com
Whether it’s true or just a well-place bar, it seems like rap has become the new NBA off-season (think of Diddy signing to Interscope), Sean Price ain’t your average ringtone rapper. The man known to keloid any beat could be looking at the front door and the rest of hip-hop should take notice. Don’t worry… P won’t be going Hollywood-hood-or-whatever, no time at all, but let’s imagine some places the Brooklyn brawler can go to and continue his impact on the game.
The roster for Eminem’s re-emergence as the game’s hottest rapper is starting to build-up nicely. Relapse 2 aside, the news of Shady possibly signing Slaughterhouse to its stable is enough to get rap nerds and fans alike excited. If Sean Price joins the ranks as a leading solo act, Shady can become a Rawkus Record of mainstream proportions.
50 Cent recently called together New York’s finest to Governor’s Island, but you don’t see Ruck or Rock in the video. Them dudes and the whole Duck Down Records crew been running with an Empire State of Mind forever. And not to dog Fif, but for all of the paper soldiers he’s had and came across in this business, it’d be refreshing to know that not only can Jesus Price hold his own, he can control his own court as well.
I debated this one because Duck Down – to me – is an independent when you’re talking about the grand scheme of things. But seeing as how rap’s rookie of the year, Drake, built his status as an artist “on his own” – it’s only right that P get a chance to be a boss of his own and call his own shots. Would he hit the mixtape grind? Is Sean Price even trying to go to the top-tier level of the rap game? Nah, prolly not, he’s not trying to “Wale with the new n***as“. Either way, navigating the independent lane is tricky, but P has enough savvy, charisma and street smarts to be able to create his own lane and still rep the Duck Down brand.
…What do YOU think? Where would you see Sean Price going? Share your thoughts in the comments section!