Sean Price

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Sean Price
Birth name Sean Price
Also known as Ruck
Born (1972-03-17) March 17, 1972 (age 42)
Origin Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York
Genres Hip Hop
Occupations Rapper
Years active 1993-present
Labels Duck Down
Associated acts Agallah, Boot Camp Clik, Heltah Skeltah, Ill Bill, La Coka Nostra, Random Axe, Smif-N-Wessun, Black Milk, Guilty Simpson, Black Moon, Roc Marciano, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Jedi Mind Tricks
Website www.myspace.com/bootcampclik

Sean Price (born March 17, 1972)[1] is an American rapper and member of the hip hop supergroups Boot Camp Clik and Random Axe with Guilty Simpson and producer Black Milk. He came to fame as one-half of the duo Heltah Skeltah, performing under the name Ruckus, or in short Ruck, along with partner Rock. He also is featured in the video game NBA 2K11 as a playable character in street mode. Price lives in Brownsville, Brooklyn.[2]

In 2011, Sean Price was a judge on the Ultimate MC TV show alongside Royce da 5'9", Organik, Planet Asia, and Pharoahe Monch.[3]

Sean Price has been interviewed on the online series Grand Angel TV in 2008[4] and 2010,[5] with Paid Dues performance footage alongside Boot Camp Clik and Dru Ha, respectively.

He has a planned collaborative album with rapper Ill Bill in the works, called "The Pill." The title is a combination of their respective names, Sean P and Ill Bill.[6]

He is a Muslim, having converted to the faith in 2009.[7]

Discography[edit]

Solo albums
Heltah Skeltah
Boot Camp Clik
Collaborations
Extended plays

Guest appearances[edit]

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"Blood Runs Cold" 2000 Jedi Mind Tricks Violent by Design
"Beyond the Gates of Pain" 2004 Jedi Mind Tricks Legacy of Blood
"U Wonderin" 2005 Buckshot (rapper) Chemistry (Buckshot and 9th Wonder album)
"Get Back" Smif-n-Wessun Smif 'n' Wessun: Reloaded
"automatic" 2007 Brad Strut Legend official
"Gunz" Snowgoons German Lugers
"The Matrix" 2008 Black Milk Tronic
"The Unexpected" DJ Babu, MF Doom DJ Babu Presents: Duck Season, Vol. 3
"Git Sum" eMC (hip hop group) The Show (album)
"Run" Guilty Simpson Ode to the Ghetto
"Streets" 2009 CunninLynguists Strange Journey Volume Two
"Amazin" KRS-One, Buckshot (rapper) Survival Skills
"Hey Young World" Snowgoons The Trojan Horse
"Radiant Jewels" Wu-Tang Clan Wu-Tang Chamber Music
"Persuasion" 2010 JR & PH7 The Update
"F*ckin Wit a Gangsta" Marco Polo (producer), Ruste Juxx The eXXecution
"Heat Rock" Redlight Boogie Dirty Money Clean Hands
"Struggle No More" 2011 Apollo the Great Apollo 21 (Deluxe Edition)
"Psychosis" Dope D.O.D. Branded
"Bar-Barian" New Yitty N/A
"Population Control" Statik Selektah Population Control (album)
"That's Hard" Smif-n-Wessun, Pete Rock Monumental (album)
"Palookas" Talib Kweli Gutter Rainbows
"Laced Cheeba" Wu-Tang Clan Legendary Weapons
"Until It's All Said And Done" 2012 JR & PH7 The Good Life
"Electronic Funeral" La Coka Nostra Masters of the Dark Arts
"Whiskybars" Mistah Nice N/A
"World Famous" P.F. Cuttin & Labba Blunts Bongs Bitches
"Get Off The Ground" Snowgoons Snowgoons Dynasty
"Hypnosis" Timeless Truth Rock-It Science
"New Type of Something" Truth From Ashes to Kingdom Come
"Ash 'n' Dust" 2013 Dope D.O.D. Da Roach
"Bang Exclusive" Kid Tsunami The Chase
"Wise Man" Napoleon The Legend N/A
"21 & Over" Statik Selektah, Mac Miller Extended Play
"NY Giants" The White Shadow Nightmare Concert
"Tunnel Vision" 2013 Bobby Capri Instant Gratification

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