Scarface Announces His First Album In 6 Years, And A Book To Go With It (Video)

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Scarface has not released a studio album since 2008’s Emeritus. However, the Geto Boy/Facemob member has not retired, as previously speculated. Au contraire, as ‘Face tells MySpace that Deeply Rooted is what’s next.

“It talks about my life,” Scarface says of the book and album in the video. “The good times. The bad times.”

There is no word if the album will be like the majority of ‘Face’s others, on the storied Rap-A-Lot Records.

Those die-hard Heads know that in 2010, ‘Face dropped Dopeman Music, which was not on R.A.L., and featured extensive guest-work from the Houston, Texas native’s latest crop of proteges.

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