News: Scarface's "Dopeman Music" Mixtape Cover, Tracklist Revealed

Monday, Apr 12, 2010 11:29AM

Written by Rosario Harper

Hip-Hop pioneer Scarface's upcoming Dopeman Music mixtape cover and tracklisting have been revealed online.

The underground project will reportedly feature 14 cuts with mutliple guest appearances.

1. Picking Up The Pieces 2. Dopeman Music (feat. B. James & Monk Kaza) 3. Lyrical Assault (feat. Malice & Mr. Lo Key) 4. FaSho Money (Skit) 5. Gwap (feat. B. James & Monk Kaza) 6. Get Lost (feat. B. James, Monk Kaza & Rodney Gant) 7. The N Word 8. The Ghetto Report (feat. B. James & Monk Kaza) 9. 2 The Beat (feat. B. James & Monk Kaza) 10. Wanted 11. Hustle Game 12. Riff Raff (Skit) 13. In My Blood (feat. B. James) 14. Bad Man (feat. Papa Reu) (Hip Hop N More)

Fellow Texas rapper Chamillionaire recently talked with SOHH about Scarface making a comeback in hip-hop.

"I love it when people like that come back," Cham told SOHH. "I'm not one of them guys that gets upset when they say they're gonna retire and then come back. Even now I'm seeing stuff from like from Devin the Dude, I don't know if it's gonna be super mainstream, but I think stuff like that is needed to balance out the game." (SOHH)

Last month, Face said that he would be dropping his first mixtape ever.

"I'm a free agent," he said in an interview. "I always wanted to drop a mixtape on my own. So I just said, 'Let's drop an independent mixtape.' I feel that I should be as an adult and musician and pioneer -- that's what they call me...I feel that I need to move on to another stage with the way I deliver my music to the public. I got a lot of sh*t and I'm using about three percent of what I know about music. I'm not using it all. I'm music. I can play that sh*t long enough for a real musician to catch it and feel me, where I'm going, and we make magic like that." (MTV)

In late 2008, Face Mob revealed he was ready to hang up the microphone for good.

"Scarface is dead, yeah, he's dead," Face said in an interview. "The artist formerly known as Face is going to produce some sh*t on Slim's album but it won't be Face no more, Face is dead. I wanted to broaden my horizon in music, I grew up in a band, I play everything. As influential as I am in the music industry, it would be wrong to stay in the music and not bring it back." (World Star Hip Hop)

Dopeman Music is scheduled to drop Tuesday, May 4th.

Check out a past SOHH Scarface interview down below:

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