Last night, Scarface called DJ Green Lantern‘s Invasion Radio to weigh in on his Rock The Bells performance with Nas Sunday and intially being intimidated performing in a “NY enviroment”.
This shit’s special. During the final Rock The Bells stop at the PNC Bank Arts Center in New Jersey this weekend, Nas brought out Scarface for their first live performance of DJ Khaled’s “Hip Hop”. They fucked Hip Hop.
One of the most anticipated songs off of DJ Khaled’s Kiss The Ring is “Hip-Hop” featuring Nas, Scarface, and DJ Premier. With Dazed One behind the lens, Khaled shows how the magic happened. Afterward, he films the reactions from ‘Face, Shaheem Reid, and Jadakiss. Album drops August 21st.
Gucci is finally dropping his new mixtape, I
While premiering his remix on Sway‘s morning show yesterday, he also showed Shade 45 that he’s still got it with a freestyle and a lost verse. Rooted coming soon.
Scarface puts his pen to the pad and adds his contribution to Don Trip’s track with Cee-Lo, which was premiered yesterday.
Just like Ms. Wallace, Scarface also participated in the Platinum League junket. For our sit down, Face Mob spoke on the 10th anniversary of his classic album The Fix, Houston, new group, The Minority Report, and collaboration with Beanie Sigel.
[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.1018470&w=540&h=350&fv=] Scarface and Travis Porter joined Sway on the MTV couch yesterday. Before, Facemob left, he scrolls through his PDA and kicks a vintage rap. After the jump, peep the cypher from Ali, Quez and Strap.
In addition to his project with Beanie, Facemob is keeping his schedule full. Yesterday,
With an exception of a few appearances here and there, Scarface held his first show since his release at the Harold Washington Cultural Center over the weekend. Back like he never left. fsd