After a health scare, Scarface is back with a new song that is both reflective and spiritual called “God.” The track, which features John Legend on the hook, is expected to appear on his upcoming album, 'Deeply Rooted.'
Now that have a new Dr. Dre album for our listening pleasure, what could September possibly do to top August? The answer: Not that much. Although there are no album releases of the Dr. Dre caliber, there are still a few to take note of as we roll into the autumn months.
Don't fret about what you owe on your taxes or the money you still have to pay Uncle Sam for those school loans because these artists have had it way worse. Just know that you're not alone. Check out 10 Rappers With Major Money Problems Over the Years.
If only Sir Mix-a-Lot rapped, "I like big books and I cannot lie," perhaps there would be a literacy craze that rivals his ode to booty. Summertime may have more people hitting the beach and exploring adventurous activities, but bringing a good book along for the ride makes the experience that much more eye-opening.
The verdict has caused several people in the hip-hop community to react, sounding off on Aaron Hernandez's guilty verdict. Bun B, Joe Budden and Scarface chimed in and expressed their opinion on the ruling.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of this landmark release, we've decided to do the impossible and select the five tracks from this opus that stand above the rest. Check out 5 Best Songs From Scarface's 'The Diary' Album.
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