Less than a week after the tragic loss of hip-hop veteran Sean Price, a new song in the form of “Planet Apes” has premiered online.

The new anthem, which is expected to be a part of an upcoming Duck Down Music release, is produced by PF Cuttin.

The hip-hop community was rocked August 8th by the sudden passing of rapper Sean Price, who died in his native Brooklyn at the age of 43. At the time of his death, the Boot Camp Clik rapper also known as Ruck was putting the finishing touches on a new mixtape titled Songs in the Key of Price. That mixtape will arrive August 21st through Duck Down Music, and Rolling Stone exclusively presents “Planet Apes,” a track off that upcoming collection. (Rolling Stone)

Listen to Sean Price’s “Planet Apes” on the next page…

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A few days ago, rapper Mac Miller unleashed his Sean P-assisted “Pet Sounds” song.

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Details of Sean Price’s shocking death landed online last Saturday (August 8).

Rapper Sean Price died in his sleep Saturday at his Brooklyn apartment, according to his music company. The 43-year-old hip-hop artist was part of the group Heltah Skeltah, Boot Camp Clik as well as being a solo act. Price’s latest album, “Mic Tyson,” was released in 2012. (NY Daily News)

Duck Down also confirmed the tragic loss.

“It is with beyond a heavy heart that Duck Down Music is sadly confirming that Sean Price passed away early this morning in his Brooklyn apartment, Saturday, August 8th, 2015,” reads a statement from his reps. “The cause of death is currently unknown, but it was reported that he died in his sleep. He’s survived by his wife, and his three children.” (Statement)

The passing sparked handfuls of reactions on social media.

J Period, me, Sean Price & Redman. I'm reeling right now

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