Monkey Barz

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Monkey Barz
Studio album by Sean Price
Released May 31, 2005
Recorded 2001-2005
Genre Hip Hop
Length 54:11
Label Duck Down Records
Producer Kleph Dollaz
Moss
Khrysis
Phat Babyz
9th Wonder
Star.com & Justice
P.F. Cuttin'
Ty Deals
Tone Mason
Dub Z
Ayatollah
Agallah
Edward Maximillion III
Sean Price chronology
Monkey Barz
(2005)
Jesus Price Supastar
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
The Source 3.5/5 stars link
RapReviews 8/10 stars link
Sputnikmusic 4.0/5.0 stars link
Prefix Magazine 7.0/10 stars link

Monkey Barz is the solo debut by underground Rap artist Sean Price, formerly known as Ruck of Heltah Skeltah. The album was the first release from Duck Down Records 2005 "Triple Threat Campaign", followed by Buckshot & 9th Wonder's Chemistry, and Smif-N-Wessun's Smif 'N' Wessun: Reloaded. The album was possibly the most acclaimed of the three, and was named Independent Album of the Year by AllHipHop.com.

Music videos were shot for the songs "Peep My Words", "Onionhead", "Heartburn", "Boom Bye Yeah", "Monkey Barz" and "Slapboxing", which were included on Price's DVD Passion of the Price.

Miscellany[edit]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Samples Performers(s)
1 "Peep My Words" Kleph Dollaz
  • Sean Price
2 "One Two Yall" MoSS
  • Sean Price
3 "Onion Head" Khrysis
  • Verses: Sean Price
  • Chorus: Tek
4 "Fake Neptune" Phat Babyz
5 "Heartburn" 9th Wonder
  • Sean Price
6 "Shake Down" Star.com, Justice
7 "Mad Mann" P.F. Cuttin'
  • Sean Price
8 "The Brokest Rapper You Know" Ty Deals
  • Sean Price
9 "Boom Bye Yeah" Tone Mason
  • Intro: 5ft
  • Verses: Sean Price
10 "I Love You" (Bitch) Dub Z
  • Sean Price
11 "Bye Bye" Khrysis
12 "Spliff-n-Wessun" Ayatollah
  • Sean Price, Rustee Juxx
13 "Jail Shit" Agallah
  • Verses: Sean Price
  • Chorus: Rock
14 "Monkey Barz" Ty Deals
  • Sean Price
15 "Slap Boxing" Edward
Maximillion III
  • Verse 1: Sean Price
  • Verse 2: Rustee Juxx
  • Verse 3: Rock
16 "Rising to the Top" Agallah
  • 1st verse/3rd verse: Sean Price
  • 2nd verse/4th verse/chorus: Agallah
  • Hook: Bazaar Royale

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
position
Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums 70
Top Independent Albums 46