Scarface Talks Weight Loss, Depression & Rick Ross Being Underrated With Combat Jack (Audio)

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Just like in his raps, Scarface tends to give it to you raw in an interview. The only catch is, you have to catch him first. Not always big (read: trusting) on interviews, the Houston, Texas Hip-Hop legend, and core member of The Geto Boys has never minced his words about conspiracy theories, label and financial distrust, and the watered down direction he feels Hip-Hop may be headed in.

Combat Jack earned that Facemob interview. In the new interview with Combat and Premium Pete, ‘Face really opens up about some of the items from his personal life that some artists would flee from. Brad Jordan talks about his jail time, having to due with child support. The longtime Rap-A-Lot Records artist really opens up about his family, including his son’s high-profile running away. Along the way, the physically dynamic ‘Face touches on losing 100 pounds, his ongoing battle with depression, and of course the new music that’s on the way.

While some artists are very different on and off the mic, Scarface isn’t. He might tout the “G Code” one minute, and enjoy his golf the next, but you can never, ever sense that this 28-year Hip-Hop veteran is fictionalizing anything.

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