It’s safe to say that the late, GREAT Sean Price is a father to some of the more modern breed of emcees. His impeccable lyricism, bold flow and incredible dry wit is one that’s hard to duplicate, if at all – Sean P! is unparalleled when it comes to this Hip-Hop shit.
One artist who admits that he was influenced by the “Bootcamp Clik/Duck Down” sound is Marvelous Mag – younger cousin to P! whom just returned to Miami after attending Price’s wake.
To celebrate his life and legacy, Marv Mag put together a tribute titled “BootCamp Tribute #RIPSeanPrice” which sees the Brownsville bully demolishing Black Moon’s 90s underground anthem “Killing Every N***a.”
Marvelous explains to us that his entire style came from The Bootcamp, from the melodic hooks, to the Conversation style of rhyming, to being playful on adlibs, to always making a point when you lyrically speak even down to the beats he chooses. “Sean Price played a huge part in my life, in music, in my growth and understanding being from Brownsville.”
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