Hip-Hop took a major L with the loss of Sean Price. Over the weekend, news broke of the Brooklyn artist’s passing. As the memories of Price’s stamp continues to fill social media walls, we have the chance to enjoy a few fire bars from the rapper.

Boiler Room and Distrolord share some previously unrelease footage of a cypher led by Tragedy Khadafi and featured verses from Price, Large Professor, Royal Flush and Starvin B; at the Goblins Social Club.

Check out the lyric game after the jump.

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Music-related artists aren’t the only ones expressing their feelings on the 43-year-old. Meres One, graffiti artist and former 5 Pointz curator, has decided to honor Price’s legacy with a mural in Crown Heights. One admits that while he has had the wall for a while now, he was unsure as to what he should have done with it.

“I had this wall for a year and I wanted to do a portrait, I just didn’t know who. It just was a perfect fit, one of the illest out of Brooklyn.” Great decision.

“When I ran 5 Pointz, it was amazing to meet all of the pioneers that I grew up admiring and listening, and the fact that they came to something that I created–I can’t think of anything better. So to me, this is like payback, especially to him,” Meres said. He added, “I’m not going to change it. He has a permanent home here.”

Check out the gallery for the Sean Price mural.

SOURCE: Gothamist