“I Ain’t Havin’ That” – Heltah Skeltah featuring Starang Wondah, Redman & Doc Holiday
We’ll start this list off with one of Heltah Skeltah’s most memorable songs, and one of Sean Price’s iconic verses. As opposed to the other verses on this list, it isn’t just one line he says which makes the verse a constant repeat, it’s the way Ruck’s rugged rhymestyle goes perfectly with the song. Classic.
“BBQ Sauce”- Sean Price featuring Pharoahe Monch
This song made this list for one reason and one reason only. This line: “Made your mom suck my d**k with blue cheese on my b***s.” As Stephen A. Smith would say: “That’s so disrespectful!”
“Radiant Jewels” – Wu-Tang Clan featuring Raekwon, Cormega, and Sean Price
With three strong verses, from three legends, on one track, it’s hard to say who came out with the upper hand. Sean John Rambo makes a pretty good case for himself on the last verse of this awesome song.
“21 & Over” – Statik Selektah featuring Sean Price and Mac Miller
Sean P hops on this Statik Selektah produced track, setting it off nicely with bars like, “Hell of a drug, Sean Price, hell of a thug / Hang with Sheen, I got elephant blood,” before passing the mic to Mac Miller. It’s a solid verse from him.
“Forget Me Knots” – Heltah Skeltah
On a beat that sounds like the music you would hear while you’re on the way to meet your maker, Sean proceeds to deliver a verse to let his people know to never forget him. Bars like “Im constantly comin’ with clever raps / We sever that / Take your head and slap em leather strap” add to menacing nature of this track.