Download links and information about Dopeman Music by Scarface. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 27:49 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Rap|
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|1.||Picking Up The Pieces||1:24|
|2.||Dopeman Music (feat. B. James & Monk Kaza) (featuring Bob James, Monk Kaza)||3:38|
|3.||Lyrical Assault (feat. Malice & Mr. Lo Key) (featuring Malice, Mr. Lo Key)||4:12|
|4.||FaSho Money - Skit||0:19|
|5.||Gwap (feat. B. James & Monk Kaza) (featuring Bob James, Monk Kaza)||2:34|
|6.||The N Word||1:05|
|7.||The Ghetto Report (feat. B. James & Monk Kaza) (featuring Bob James, Monk Kaza)||4:21|
|8.||2 The Beat (feat. B. James & Monk Kaza) (featuring Bob James, Monk Kaza)||4:06|
|11.||Riff Raff - Skit||0:40|
Proof positive that you can still be a formidable rapper with more than 20 years in the game, hip-hop icon Scarface continues to impress on Dopeman Music, a mixtape-style release that showcases his always imposing lyrical prowess while also giving shine to the latest incarceration of his Facemob crew. His newest protégés (including B. James and Monk Kaza) are talented and competent, though next to ‘Face, even well-established superstars usually pale in comparison. The production ranges from triumphant soul samples ("Picking Up The Pieces") to more modern, synth-centric jams ("Lyrical Assault"), but as usual, it's the riveting wordplay that steals the show. The hustle and coke rhymes are all great, but things are even better when he goes deep on topics like immigration ("The N Word") and washed-up party girls ("Get Lost"). Overall, more great music from an undisputed legend.