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The 50 Greatest Sophomore Albums in Hip-Hop History

44. Sean Price, Jesus Price Supastar (2007)

Label: Duck Down

Having re-invented himself as a soloist on Monkey Barz (seven years after his last release as half of Heltah Skeltah), P's second record lacked the element of surprise but was no less effective as a result, as he served jaded rap fans with more of the raw. Beat-wise, it had a more consistent sound thanks to Khysis and 9th Wonder handling the lion's share of production duties this time around, while P-Body had further sharpened his verbal attack to deliver an even stronger assault on "backward ass rappers." Throw in a more varied selection of guests (extending beyond the Boot Camp Click this time), Jesus Price Supastar did everything that the first album did, but bigger and better. P!

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