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During part 1 of his sitdown with Combat Jack and DP, Face is moved to tears as he discusses his grandmother and the influence she had on his music. He also comments on the Mr. Scarface album cover and Houston’s influence on New York City.
Excuse My French arrives May 21.
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This will appear on French’s upcoming album Excuse My French dropping May 21st. Flex tags for now. Download after the jump.
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Part 3 of our interview starts with Scarface asking why white contemporary singers sell more albums than their black counterparts. Scarface proceeds to say that he heard an executive at a tv network that deals with music say that they are now going to target the network for a young white audience. Facemob is concerned that the new generation doesn’t know who Kool Herc is and soon wont know who people like KRS-One and himself are because they are being written out of Hip Hop history. “If you gave a fuck about this culture in any shape form or fashion you would not put the shit out that you put out. You would slam the door on artists that came in there with that shit!” Check out the interview for the rest of what Facemob has to say!
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In part 2 Facemob talks to Nick Huff Barili about the current state of Hip Hop saying that he loves Kendrick Lamar but that older white executives that are in control of Hip Hop are not in touch with the streets and don’t care about the culture. Scarface goes on to say that he thinks its a conspiracy to make black people look stupid and brainwash a generation of hip hoppers with “this crud”. Scarface’s advice to upcoming artists is to uphold the integrity of the craft and not to let the executives dictate our culture. Scarface references how Chuck Berry and Robert Johnson helped found rock and roll and blues but how now both those genres are predominately white and have forgotten their black roots. He goes on to point out that its hard to name many all black rock bands making music today.
As the conversation topic changes, Facemob talks about recording and touring with Tupac who used to open for him. Scarface says Pac would have rode on a lot of people out now like Mitt Romney and that Pac was going to politicize his fan base before he was killed. Part 2 of this interview ends with Facemob sharing a story of the last time he spent time with Pac which was when they recorded the track Smile.
Check back on Monday for part 3 of the interview.
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Face sits down with Nick from HKTV. He opens up about his writing process, the importance of an opening line to a verse, how fatherhood changed his outlook, his relationship with Rick Rubin and his influence on the Geto Boys, and “Mind Playing Tricks On Me” originally being his solo record and more.
Off Ricardo Parker’s Perception mixtape, available now.
Off the upcoming Trap House 3, produced by Honerable CNote. Not even a little bit safe for work.
Previously: Noisey Raps Ep. 3 (Waka Flocka & Gucci Mane)
Gucci Mane is on fire as he drops another video from yet another project. The record is called “Scarface” and will land on his next album, Trap House 3.
Face talks about the call he got for Beyonce’s “I Been On (Remix)” and says that due to the oversaturation of the Rap market right now, we probably won’t ever see him and Beanie Sigel’s Mac & Brad LP. He goes on to say that he will eventually put out a new solo album, but suggests that we shouldn’t hold our breath for a Geto Boys reunion project.