Shady Records Donate $10 000 To Sean Price's Family

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Hip-Hop lost another great this week when Duck Down Music recording artist Sean Price unexpectedly passed away. Following the unfortunate passing, Duck Down have set up a crowd-funding page in which fans are able to donate to Sean's family. The page has already raised over $70 000 for the Price family, effortlessly passing the original goal of $50 000. While fans have been extremely generous with their donations, there is one organization that particularly stood out with their contribution.

A look on the site reveals that Eminem's Shady Records have donated a whopping $10 000 to the family fund:

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While Eminem and Sean Price never formally collaborated on any tracks, it was clear that the two always had a mutual respect for one another. On 2013's "Don't Front", Marshall rapped the following about almost signing to the same label as Sean:

Almost forgot Before I signed with the Doc, I almost signed with Duck Down Cause Rawkus didn't make no offers, so mothafuck Loud

In 2009, Sean Price put out a mixtape titled Kimbo Price, which featured a skit flipping Eminem's first hit single, "My Name Is".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjWWpoB56pA

The crowd-funding page for Sean Price's family is still accepting donations. Click here to make a contribution.