Since the days of the Geto Boys, Scarface has been one of the most respected rappers in the game. He's never been one to bite his tongue on issues effecting the black community or rap music. He's been the same Brad Jordan for as long as we can remember so there's no need for him to change that now...and apparently Scarface has no plans to.
As he releases his new album entitled, Deeply Rooted, Scarface drops a bone-chilling video for "Mental Exorcism" that examines some of the recent events in America involving police brutality. The video finds Face sitting alone in a room pondering some of these events and how the current state of American society. Check out the visual below:
Classic Scarface, that the game is in desperate need of. Deeply Rooted is now available and is already receiving a good response. Salute to, Brothermob, Brad Jordan.
Remon is a multi-media personality. He is the founder of The Urban Advocate, co-host of The Vincent Tucker Radio Show and videographer.