Sean Price - Dead Price Feat. Zeds Dead [New Song]

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EDM dup Zeds Dead enlist Sean Price for their latest, "Dead Price."

2014 has, thus far, brought us several huge collaborations from rappers and EDM DJs. Obviously, DJ Snake and Lil Jon's "Turn Down For What" is the biggest, but with recent pairings like Steve Aoki + Machine Gun Kelly and Waka Flocka + Borgore, the hybrid of genres is definitely trending. In that vein, duo Zeds Dead have just released a bass-heavy track with Sean Price entitled "Dead Price."

Though its instrumental has a lot in common with hip-hop in terms of pacing and samples, "Dead Price" is difficult to mistake for anything but a dubstep song because of its oppressive, wobbling bassline. 

It's a dope look for Price and Co. and is taken from Zeds Dead's upcoming EP, Somewhere Else

Quotable Lyrics:

Been around the world and heard all kinds of verses
For whatever it's worth, I curse your verse worthless
You onstage shirtless, exposing your taco meat
I'm on the game first shit, behold the rocker heat

 

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Dead Price

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6 VERY HOTTTTT
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2 NOT FEELING IT
2 MAKE IT STOP
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EDM dup Zeds Dead enlist Sean Price for their latest, "Dead Price."


2014 has, thus far, brought us several huge collaborations from rappers and EDM DJs. Obviously, DJ Snake and Lil Jon's "Turn Down For What" is the biggest, but with recent pairings like Steve Aoki + Machine Gun Kelly and Waka Flocka + Borgore, the hybrid of genres is definitely trending. In that vein, duo Zeds Dead have just released a bass-heavy track with Sean Price entitled "Dead Price."

Though its instrumental has a lot in common with hip-hop in terms of pacing and samples, "Dead Price" is difficult to mistake for anything but a dubstep song because of its oppressive, wobbling bassline. 

It's a dope look for Price and Co. and is taken from Zeds Dead's upcoming EP, Somewhere Else

Quotable Lyrics:

Been around the world and heard all kinds of verses
For whatever it's worth, I curse your verse worthless
You onstage shirtless, exposing your taco meat
I'm on the game first shit, behold the rocker heat

 

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