Today Hip Hop lost a veteran and a great lyricist. Check out some of Sean Price’s live set I was able to capture from Rock The Bells in 2012. If I am not mistaken, this was the first time I’d ever seen Price perform in person and I have to admit it was definitely a memorable one. Take a look as Price showcases his lyrical skills to fans in San Bernardino and holds it down despite the scorching weather.
Sean Price brings the camera along to capture his trip to the grocery store as the emcee choose what he wants to eat for Thanksgiving. Follow along for some comical commentary from Price as he speaks on selections, explains why Thanksgiving is his favorite holiday and has some fun with random customers.
Duck Down Records cameras were rolling when artist Sean Price decided to head over to Las Vegas’ famous Golden & Silver Pawn Shop where the popular reality television show Pawn Stars is filmed. According to Price, he was in possession of a potato that had significant historical value after it was used and thrown at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the civil rights movement and was passed down to him by his late uncle. In comedic fashion, Sean attempts to plead his case with Chumlee in order to pawn the potato for a $100,000 but ends up settling for much less.
Sean Price takes the stage at Rock The Bells 2012 in San Bernardino. Check out a good portion of his set below.
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