In 2012, Brooklyn emcees Mic Handz and Sean Price discussed creating an epic project titled 'The EP: The Epic Phail'.
One day out of the blue, Sean called Mic and said "Come get me, I feel rappy".
Once at the Carnegie Deli Studio in NYC, Mic played Sean the instrumental for what would become their initial collaboration, "Stay Givin It Up".
After Sean laid his verse, he told Mic "Don't rap... you can lay yours later, play another beat" and he proceeded to lay his bars for "Conceit" & "Alive".
Some time had passed since Sean and Mic had recorded and the fate of 'Epic Phail' was still unknown.
Mic finally received a text from Sean "I'm not ignoring you, I just have a few things going on... just send the beats".
That last communication took place August 6th, 2015.
Sean went on to pass away on August 8th, 2015.
Def Squad acknowledges the absolute fact that Sean Price is one of the greatest emcees to ever touch a microphone.
He truly blessed the Hip Hop culture with his talent and his character.
It is our honor to release unreleased footage of Sean Price with the blessing of his wife Bernadette and featuring a multi-faceted and extremely talented Mic Handz.