First single from Stalley’s upcoming, as-of-yet untitled album, available now on iTunes.
Scarface sits in with The Combat Jack Show, after setting up his residence in NYC.
“It’s me and Montana, at The Tropicana” – Snoop.
Part 3 of Hard Knock TV’s interview starts with Scarface asking why white contemporary singers sell more albums than their black counterparts. Scarface proceeds to say that he heard an executive at a tv network that deals with music say that they are now going to target the network for a young white audience. Facemob [cont.]
In part 2 of Hardknock TV’s interview, Face talks to Nick Huff Barili about the current state of Hip Hop saying that he loves Kendrick Lamar but that older white executives that are in control of Hip-Hop are not in touch with the streets and don’t care about the culture. Scarface goes on to say [cont.]
Scarface talks to Nick Huff Barili about his writing process and how the first words are the most important because they set the tone of the verse. Surprisingly, he admits that doesn’t like listening to his own rhymes. Scarface talks about how the birth of his son in 1998 was a moment of clarity that [cont.]
From the mixtape, Perception, currently available.
Scarface talks about how he got the call from Jay-Z to do Beyonce’s “I Been On remix”, when we can expect a solo record and if there will ever be a Geto Boys reunion.
Southern heavy remix of Beyonce’s “I Been On”, featuring many of Houston’s finest.
Stalley collabs with Scarface for his latest single.
The first official project off Devin The Dude affiliated CBN (Coughee Brothaz North), Java Starr’s “Troubled Waters” boasts features from Hip Hop Legends such as Scarface, Too Short, Twista, Yuk Mouth and Do Or Die and Production by The Legendary Traxster. Executive Producer Jesse ‘Chief Dream” Zaske” has enlisted a wealth of talent to contribute [cont.]
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.]
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