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26 March, 2010@1:52 pm

After two decades in the rap game and 11 records under his belt, Scarface will now add to his legacy by releasing a poorly put together CD-R release with trainwrecking deejays shouting their names all over it. All jokes aside, hopefully it doesn’t come out that way.

Face told MTV: “I always wanted to drop a mixtape on my own. So I just said, ‘Let’s drop an independent mixtape.’ I feel that I should be as an adult and musician and pioneer — that’s what they call me. I feel that I need to move on to another stage with the way I deliver my music to the public. I got a lot of shit and I’m using about 3 percent of what I know about music. I’m not using it all. I’m music. I can play that shit long enough for a real musician to catch it and feel me, where I’m going, and we make magic like that.

  Mixtape D.L.
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