On the third and final segment from Scarface’s time on The Combat Jack Show, Face Mob speaks on his beef with Lil Troy, snitching and more.
While with Combat Jack Brad speaks on everything from Mike Tyson to 2Pac.
Scarface is next up to join Combat Jack, Dally Penn and company on the newly-started visual version of The Combat Jack Show. In the first episode, Scarface speaks about his grandmother’s influence, the making of “Mind Playing Tricks On Me,” the feeling he gets now that New York is finally embracing Houston.
Another feature-heavy single from Mr. Montana. Excuse My French hits store shelves on May 21. IFWT.
When Mr. Scarface talks, it always makes for a good listen. Sitting down with Hard Knock TV, he contemplates why “white contemporary singers” tend to sell more than their urban counterparts, his concerns for keeping the legacies of hip hop’s legends alive and relevant, and much more.
While out in Cali for the Paid Dues Festival, Scarface continues his sitdown with HardknockTV to speak on the current state of hip hop (saying he loves Kendrick Lamar but hates the older execs that are controlling the industry while being completely out of touch with the streets/culture), gives advice to upcoming artists, his relationship with Tupac Shakur, the last time he spent with him (in which they recorded “Smile”) and more.
In part 2 Facemob 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 that he thinks its a conspiracy to make black people look stupid and brainwash a generation of hip hoppers with “this crud”. Scarface’s advice to upcoming artists is to uphold the integrity of the craft and not to let the executives dictate our culture. Scarface references how Chuck Berry and Robert Johnson helped found rock and roll and blues but how now both those genres are predominately white and have forgotten their black roots. He goes on to point out that its hard to name many all black rock bands making music today.
With Ricky Ross to his side, Stalley breaks down his latest single and what it meant to him for Scarface to be a part of it.. Look out for his upcoming album, ______, coming soon.
PREVIOUS: Stalley – Island Hopping (Javelin Remix)
Brad speaks on his contribution on Beyoncé’s “Bow Down” remix, any plans to drop a new album, a Geto Boys reunion and much more.
PREVIOUS: Stalley – Swangin’ f. Scarface
Queen B enlists some of Houston’s legends for the official H-Town remix of the second portion of her latest release.
Stalley enlists the Houston legend for the first single off his upcoming album. Look for it to hit iTunes sometime tomorrow.
Looks like the Hit-Boy produced portion of Beyonce’s latest release is set to receive a Houston makeover. According to Houston news reporter Isiah Carey… Slim Thug, Willie D, Scarface, Bun B, Kirko Bangz and Lil KeKe are currently in the studio recording.
Shouts to hhnm on the heads up. Hopefully everything pans out and we get to hear it sooner than later.