Scarface Says Album With Nas Is A 99.99% Done Deal (Audio)

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Scarface sits down to talk with DJ Whoo Kid to discuss his rumored retirement, his refusal to work on more Geto Boys projects, his latest single, “No Problem,” and the huge potential for an upcoming collaborative album with Nas.

The potential for a Nas and Scarface album is incredibly enticing, as the duo have worked most notably on cuts like, “In Between Us,” featured on Scarface’s 2002 album release, The Fix, and most recently on DJ Khaled’s 2012 single, “Hip-Hop.” Scar also mentions in the interview the fact that he has been in talks with Nas at least once every couple of months and that a collaboration project between the two is a 99.99% a done deal and ultimately depends on who would be willing to drop it.

Now that the wait is on for more news regarding the Nas collaboration project, Scarface fans will still have something to talk about with the upcoming release of Scarface’s 12th studio album, Deeply Rooted, as well as a book co-authored by Benjamin Meadows-Ingram that will accompany the tape.

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