Scarface – Deeply Rooted: The Lost Files (Album Stream)

Thursday, December 14th, 2017

The legend Scarface drops off an updated ‘Lost Files’ edition of his 2015 Deeply Rooted album. This new edition features a number of new tracks as well as alternate versions of several tracks from the original and was announced with two fiery singles called “Still Black” and “Same Ol Same” which prove that Brother Mob remains one of the best lyricists to ever do it.

Stream Deeply Rooted: The Lost Files below.

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Scarface – Black Still & Same Ol Same

Friday, December 1st, 2017

On December 15th, Scarface will be dropping an updated version of his 2015 album called Deeply Rooted: The Lost Files. Tonight he shares a couple of tough new tracks from the project called “Black Still,” which draws heavy inspiration from Public Enemy’s classic “Black Steel In The Hour of Chaos,” and “Same Ol Same.”

Stream both below. UPDATED with the “Black Still” video below.

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Video: The Outlawz ft. Scarface – Born Sinners

Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

The Outlawz mob with Face in their new video for “Born Sinners” off their most recent album, #LastOnezLeft. This features one of the final performances by the late Hussein Fatal prior to his death in 2015.

Previously: TrakkSounds ft. Starlito, Scarface & Kam Franklin – Once Upon A Time

TrakkSounds ft. Starlito, Scarface & Kam Franklin – Once Upon A Time

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

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Here’s some new heat from producer TrakkSounds featuring frequent collaborator Starlito, the legend Scarface and Kam Franklin on the hook. This is good stuff right here. Look out for The Other Side, Trakk’s upcoming album that will also feature A$AP Ferg, Devin The Dude, Kirko Bangz, Maxo Kream, Dizzy Wright and others and is due in March.

Listen below.

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Scarface is Pretty Good at Golf & Guitar

Wednesday, October 5th, 2016

As it turns out, when he’s not working his day job as one of the best rappers alive, Scarface is also relatively good at golf and he plays a mean guitar. Check out two fascinating new segments that came out over the last couple of days that highlight two of Face’s interests outside of Rap.

Above, he sits down with Matt Sweeney for Noisey to show off his axe skills and speak on how he started playing and his love for bands such as Suicidal Tendencies and Kiss. Continue below to watch Golf Lives, a new short from Callaway Golf that looks at Mr. Jordan’s passion for the game.

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Swizz Beatz ft. Scarface – Sad News

Thursday, July 7th, 2016

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Many, many songs addressing systemic violence by police against innocent citizens have been released over the last day or two, but Swizz Beatz just dropped a special one. If you’re gonna tackle this subject, you can’t ask for a better partner than ‘Face, one of the most lyrically gifted chroniclers of the African-American experience we have.

Listen to “Sad News” below.

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Video: Scarface ft. Z-Ro – F*ck You Too

Monday, March 21st, 2016

Scarface’s “Fuck You Too,” featuring fellow H-Town legend Z-Ro, gets the visual treatment.

Off the Deeply Rooted LP, out now.

Previously: Scarface ft. Nas, Rick Ross & Z-Ro – Do What I Do

Scarface – Deeply Rooted (Album Stream)

Friday, September 4th, 2015

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Here is the Spotify stream of Scarface’s new album Deeply Rooted in stores now. It features Nas, Rick Ross, Z-Ro, John Legend, Cee-Lo Green and more.

Previously: Scarface – Mental Exorcism (Video)

Video: Scarface – Mental Exorcism

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

Face drops his new album Deeply Rooted tomorrow. Check out the powerful new visual for “Mental Exorcism.”

UPDATED: The album is now available for purchase on iTunes and streaming on Spotify and Apple Music.

Previously: Scarface ft. Nas, Rick Ross & Z-Ro – Do What I Do

Scarface ft. Nas, Rick Ross & Z-Ro – Do What I Do

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

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The most anticipated track from the new ‘Face album has arrived and it delivers. Nas, Rick Ross and Houston OG Z-Ro join Brother Mob on “Do What I Do”, off the new album Deeply Rooted, out this Friday.

Spotted: HHNM

Previously: Scarface on The Combat Jack Show