1. "Onionhead" from Monkey Barz
When the Monkey Barz album came out, i was so excited to listen to this thing, this was playing on BET as the first single i think, but the words just made me feel empowered like he was saying shit I wanted to do to niggaz, like who cares just punch everyone in sight.The underlying thing is the sample used by Khrysis is from Bobby Bland's "Im just your Man" and it keeps repeating "I love you", which to me subconsciously is hinting at Sean loves to rhyme and he loves it so much, that might be my romanticized interpretation of the song.
2. "Sean Price" From Nocturnal
I was 15 years old when this thing came out, and my fucking jaw dropped. Like i think he never knew how dope he was on this song at all, till this day journalist and people that know hip hop music, know his opening bars on this song. Such, a beautiful song, Super Cat influenced chorus, it was so hard fam.
3. "Shake Down" From Monkey Barz
Omg the opening verse on this thing, is enough to carry most niggaz entire albums if the verse was copied and pasted on every song instrumental. This beat is one of the hardest weirdest oriental beat I ever heard anyone sample as well.
4. "Cardiac" from Jesus Price Superstar
Brutal lines, and Sean always hated doing choruses, so usually he brings his friends in to do some chorus work. Cardiac was our first taste of this album and we expected a Classic like "Monkey Barz", Sean didn't disappoint at all, this was had its own cuts as well. One thing Sean knew was how to pick the most grimy harsh bar bending beats ever.
5. "Operation Lockdown" From Nocturnal
This video was the first Heltah Skeltah video I saw on Rap City as a kid, and it was such a sight to behold seeing these guys dress like Indians and Sean had this Ultimate Warrior make up on his face, i gravitated to that and his flow was so casual and laid back on this, i didn't know he was so smooth & cool with it, he wasn't aggresive as usual and still sounded hard as fuck.
6. "One" From Jesus Price Superstar
Take one word from the english vocabulary and flip as your rhyme scheme, go ahead do a song like this, you'll run out of shit to make sense honestly, Sean did it effortlessly.
7. "Heartburn" from Monkey Barz
Sean never gets introspective on his raps, so hearing shit that he loves in the most comedic ways ,but you know its just his way of letting you know hes human as hell. Peace to Bernadette he really loved you.
8. "King Kong" From Jesus Price Superstar
This is another one of those songs where you just wanna punch your own mother to, I remember being on the phone with Sean and telling him i yell "I'll fucking punch you in your face" they way he saids it the song to niggaz who wanna fight me.
9. "STFU PT.2" From Mic Tyson
The song that told us that when those gorillaz & Apes attacked Sean on the cover of "Monkey Barz" all of them died a terrible death by Microphone.
10. "Hearing Aid" from Jesus Price Superstar
"Fist full of Dollars,dutch full of piff, book full of rhymes and a long four fifth!" Just one of his most slept on songs and electric raps all over.