Scarface’s New Video Makes It Clear You Do Not Want To Be On His Bad Side

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2015 was one of the biggest years in Scarface’s storied career. Facemob released a critically-acclaimed book, put out a new album and was given the “I Am Hip-Hop” Award at the BET Hip Hop Awards. The Geto Boy even flirted with reuniting and going on tour with his old group.

While 2016 has been a bit more quiet for Brad Jordan, his hard work from last year continues to bear fruit. Deeply Rooted, Scarface’s 2015 album, had a variety of sounds from the guitar-driven “Voices,” to his mournful collaboration with Cee-Lo. However, one of the album’s most hard-hitting tracks was the bluntly-titled “Fuck You Too.” Throughout the song, Scarface sounds like he is speaking to a composite of past enemies–snitches, fakes, haters. Assisted by Z-Ro on the hook, the song’s retaliatory message is self-explanatory.

Scarface returns with a video for the song and, in case, his foes did not get the message, the lyrics are reinforced by several unmistakable gestures. One thing is clear. It’s best not to get on Scarface’s bad side.

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