When Scarface talks; the Hip-Hop community listens. During a recent interview he says his Nas was originally dissing Jay-Z on “In Between Us”.
The Hip-Hop community continues to feel the impact behind the current health crisis. Scarface had a near death experience due to the infection.
Scarface is known for putting Houston on the map in Hip-Hop and now the veteran rapper wants to put on for his city in politics.
Even before the Internet, fans have routinely and prematurely killed off our favorite rappers and entertainers. Scarface, the latest victim of such a rumor, officially put an end to the rumor that he’s suffering from lung cancer.
Miguel joins artists like Jay Z, Beyoncé, and Chris Brown in speaking out against the recent string of Black deaths at the hand of police on a song titled “How Many.”
ScHoolboy Q “Hoover Street (Original Version),” Yo Gotti ft. K.Michelle “My City,” & More | Wired Tracks 2.11.16
Producer The Alchemist has created some of his best, albeit most slept on material with ScHoolboy Q. Proof can be heard in the original version of “Hoover Street,” which originally appeared on Quincy’s 2015 debut Oxymoron.
Mac Miller is back and readying his upcoming album GO:OD AM for a September 18 release. From the project, we receive a new track called “100 Grandkids.”
During his time away from the league, NBA player Stephen Jackson (Stak5) has put his pen and pad to work. His latest cut, “Amerika Da Beautiful,” comes in wake of outwardly racist remarks from former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, Michael Brown’s death, and the events that have followed in Ferguson, Mo.
[ooyala code=”t3N3Znbzp6rBQ7BhAZddt9Ywm0DDOtuv” player_id=”197711d5c76648c8a85c158abe654f39″] Last night (August 5), Scarface held down the backyard of the ALIFE store in NYC’s Lower East Side as the headliner of their latest ALIFE Sessions series. Also on hand were Heavy Metal legends Living Colour for an intimate but knocking performance.
When discussing albums slated to release during the second half of 2014, Scarface’s upcoming Deeply Rooted LP is oddly omitted from conversation. In support of the project, the legendary wordsmith offers us a visual for “Exit Plan,” Akon.
An old school legend meets a potential candidate of the promising title as Scarface hops on street savvy track with Boaz. The Pittsburgh MC has been trailblazing the Internets with his a string of acclaimed Wired Tracks and this newest record is absolutely no exception.
Scarface revels in his OG status in Hip-Hop, and he’s willing to give young guys the game. That concept birthed “The Exit Plan,” a track featuring Akon that’s best categorized as a cautionary tale.