Starbuck’s employee of the month / Coughee Bros member teams with Scarface and The Legendary Traxster for “My City”.
Game shows off what he intended his Jesus Piece tracklist to look like, but a few clearance issues may have keep that from happening. So you can add those extras in yourself, using the power of the innanet.
Produced by The J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, from Kiss The Ring, due August 21st.
The creative process revealed for DJ Khaled’s Kiss The Ring track with DJ Premier, Nas, and Scarface.
Beanie Sigel may be headed to prison, but Scarface insists the Mac & Brad album is still on the way. Talking with Vibe, Face speaks on the project, and previews one of it’s tracks.
The legendary Houston spitter discusses his upcoming project, revealing the title and saying that Scarface fans won’t be disappointed. He explains that although he didn’t produce this album, he had full say over who made an appearance on the project.
Okay, but remember this? Props if you do.
In a recent reveal by XXL, it’s been let out that Scarface (Brad Jordan) has been serving time in Montgomery County Jail in Conroe, Texas, since October of last year, for failing to pay child support. He also faces some as of yet revealed federal charges. Fellow Geto Boy Willie D is also serving time [cont.]
New video from Scarface off his first mixtape of the same name. The mixtape is out now and can be purchased on iTunes. Check it out above.
“Rappers don’t retire, they make comebacks.” That’s from HipHopSite.Com’s review of Scarface’s supposed farewell album, Emeritus, which came out at the end of 2008. Obviously, he’s back, and the retirement talk was never really believable. And really, why should he call it quits when he can still play the game? Like a great athlete, Scarface [cont.]
Facemob released a statement to Ozone Magazine slamming VH1′s upcoming Dirty South Hip Hop Honors which he plans to not attend. In his statement, Face describes himself as feeling “slighted” and dresses down the award show; describing it as nothing more than a show to throw a bone to southern hiphop artists. An exerpt form [cont.]
In a recent interview with HipHopDX, Scarface admitted that he wants to use Eminem for beats on his next LP, The Habit, but will not allow him to rap on the tracks. Read On: DX: Let me ask you about this, since I mentioned Jay’s top five, when you gave your top five dead or [cont.]
Speculation was this mixtape would be pushed back, then it just dropped today out of the blue. Trap or Die 2: By Any Means Necessary features Baby, Bun B, he Clipse, Plies, Trick Daddy, Scarface and Bigga Rankin. Young Jeezy + Don Cannon – “Trap Or Die 2: By Any Means Necessary” (Mixtape)
At first listen this track sounds like a bunch of snippets with “Dopeman Music” spliced into it. But appearanty this is a alternate version that is for sale on Amazon. Check it out below. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: Scarface – “Dopeman Music Megamix” (MP3)
Lead single from Scarface off his upcoming first mixtape with the same title. Check it out below. Scarface + B. James + Monk Kaza – “Dopeman Music” (MP3)
As we reported a few weeks ago, Scarface plans to release his first ever mixtape album, now revealed as Scarface Presents Dopeman Music. With over seven million albums sold, this is number twelve for the legendary Houston lyricist who had previously declared 2008’s Emeritus his final album. With a career that started in the 90′s, [cont.]
This may very well hit over 1 million views by the end of the week.
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 [cont.]
Scarface’s Emeritus is being billed as his farewell. The last record. There are all kinds of caveats, of course. He might do a group album, maybe some production work, maybe a rock album (please, Face, don’t do it!). But I think any claims of retirement from Brad Jordan are about as believable as Brett Favre. [cont.]
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