Rating Sean Price’s Discography

I feel like Sean Price is one of the more under appreciated legends in Hip Hop. However, Rock is arguably even more under appreciated than him. I don’t think people talk about Heltah Skeltah nearly enough. I do think it’s interesting how much Sean Price’s voice and delivery changed over the course of his career. On his latest album, he sounds like a completely different person than he did on the first Heltah Skeltah album. That’s not necessarily a bad thing though. I kinda like how his delivery changed. It became a lot more distinct that it initially was. Anyway, I don’t think Sean Price has any subpar projects. I liked everything he put out. I’m not gonna be including any of his mixtapes or extended plays in this post because I didn’t listen to all of them. I also won’t be including any Boot Camp Clik albums for the same reason.

Heltah Skeltah Albums


Favorite Song: Clans, Posses, Crews & Cliks

Score: 88 (A-)

Magnum Force

Favorite Song: I Ain’t Havin’ That

Score: 80 (B+)

D.I.R.T. (Da Incredible Rap Team)

Favorite Song: Insane

Score: 84 (B+)

Random Axe Albums

Random Axe


Favorite Song: Jahphy Joe

Score: 80 (B+)

Solo Albums

Monkey Barz


Favorite Song: Boom Bye Yeah

Score: 83 (B+)

Jesus Price Supastar

Favorite Song: Violent

Score: 77 (B)

Mic Tyson

Favorite Song: Solomon Grundy

Score: 78 (B)

Posthumous Albums

Imperius Rex

Favorite Song: Apartheid

Score: 80 (B+)

86 Witness


Favorite Song: Latoya Jackson

Score: 77 (B)

Solo Albums (While Alive): 79 (B)
Posthumous Albums: 78 (B)
All Solo Albums: 79 (B)
Heltah Skeltah Albums: 84 (B+)
All Collaborative Albums: 83 (B+)



Grade: B+


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