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Sean Price, Mic Tyson

When rappers get older and have kids, oftentimes they make obligatory family man records. At best, critics laud them for their maturity and at worst, fans accuse them of "going soft." On Sean Price's latest studio album, Mic Tyson, neither responses are accurate. The Brownsville MC took his time (album was announced in 2009) with this project to become a father. But the only indication he's drawn some inspiration from raising a kid might be on "Hush," where he converts a famous lullaby into a humorous death threat sing-along targetted at wack rappers. To hell with a missed opportunity, this ...

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