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Dopeman Music Single


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  • Audio CD (June 1, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Face Mob Music
  • ASIN: B003HI3B58
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,005 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Picking Up the Pieces (1:25) - Scarface
2. Dopeman Music (3:38) - Scarface, B. James, Monk Kaza
3. Lyrical Assult (4:13) - Scarface, Malice, Lo Key
4. FaSho Money Skit (0:19) - Scarface
5. Gwap (2:35) - Scarface, B. James, Monk Kaza
6. Get Lost (4:16) - Scarface, B. James, Monk Kaza, Rodney Gant
7. The N Word (1:05) - Scarface
8. The Ghetto Report (4:22) - B. James, Scarface, Monk Kaza
9. In The City (4:13) - Willie Hen, B. James, Monk
10. 2 The Beat (4:06) - Scarface, B. James, Monk
11. Wanted (3:10) - Scarface
12. Hustle Game (2:21) - Scarface
13. Riff Raff Skit (0:40) - Scarface
14. In My Blood (3:55) - B. James
15. Bad Man (1:36) - Scarface, Papa Rue

Editorial Reviews

Scarface (Brad Jordan born Nov 9, 1970) essentially defined what it meant to be a Southern Thug Rapper years before anyone even coined the term Dirty South, besides serving as the father of Southern thug rap. It seemed as if every hardcore rapper wanted to align himself with Scarface during the '90s --everyone from Ice Cube and Dr. Dreto 2Pac and Master P collaborated with the former GetoBoy --all in an attempt to foster credibility among the loyal Southern rap audience. It wasn't until 2000, though, that Scarface won substantial admiration from the greater rap community with Last of a Dying Breed (soundscan: 681,542), and, as a result, he was awarded Lyricist of the Year at the 2001 Source Awards. In 2006 he introduced his new crew, the Product, with the album One Hunid and released a second volume of My Homies (soundscan: 169,233). Also landing in 2006 was 2 Face , a collection of tracks featuring Scarface and the late 2Pac. The album MADE (soundscan: 681,243) proved that Scarface was still relevant in 2007; it debuted at number two on the R&B/Hip-Hop chart. A year later he retired his solo career with the good-bye album Emeritus (soundscan: 145,667). Now, after coming back to the game, Scarface is ready to drop DopemanMusic a tribute to the streets from a legend.

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Scarface has to be one of the tightests rappers in the industry.
Tiffany Pittman
I enjoy all types of hip hop because that is who I am...east coast, west coast and the south...let's all come together and regain ourselves and our music!!!
Uncle Jess
He proves without a shadow of a doubt that he is still able to capture the essence of the common man's frustration or fear.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By S on May 7, 2010
Format: MP3 Music
Scarface - Dopeman Music. by Luke Gibson

It's refreshing to hear Scarface's name mentioned in upcoming releases. It's even more refreshing to hear the legend's voice over quality, edgy production. An artist whose catalogue would be the envy of any rapper living or dead returns to his beloved culture with Dopeman Music. His post-Emeritus hiatus aside, Scarface shows that he is still hungry, relevant and worthy of the crowns given to him. Although it's "just a mixtape" in terms of presentation and personnel, Brad Jordan proves that buzz can never duplicate mastery.

Dopeman Music marks one of the few tools Scarface has never used in Hip Hop, which is releasing a mixtape. Conceptually, it follows suit with the title of project. The leader and his latest Facemob spend the album addressing the role of the hood and currency. The 'Mob emcees that Scarface brings along for the go-'round sound deserving to be alongside the legend. Fans will inevitably question whether these rappers are capable of standing on their own. It's not that lead assisting rapper B. James is an outstanding lyricist, it's that he can complement Scarface's style perfectly. Lyrics like, "The School of hard knocks / All the scholars turn to fiends / No jobs in the city, all we got is triple beams" are solid lyrics but the subtle changes of delivery between artists, and devotion to the material is what makes Dopeman Music a convincing piece of art.

The retail mixtape operates on a respectable level of quality, though not up to par with a proper Scarface album. However, unlike some of past in-between-projects, or unofficial archival releases, Dopeman has some truly breakout moments. "2 the Beat" features a ridiculously addictive hook and dope verses, with an old school approach to Rap songwriting.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G$ on June 10, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Scarface is a rap music vet/icon; 20 years in the game releasing good music (he has 11 solos, 1/2 dozen or so Geto Boys albums, a few Facemob albums, and his "The Product" group album... I might add that all are at least 4 star albums as well) and he continues to carry on his tradition of making good music. This one has 16 songs (2 are remixes of other songs, so it's 14 different songs). of them, 2 are near classic, 2 are ok, the others are good or real good songs. He has 4 solo's on here, and there's 2 songs Face isn't on. Production is nice as well, though no credits are given. As always Face drops above average material here, and stays true to his roots on the content. A nice album to have from teh real KING of the SOUTH.

#1 - 9.5 (tight beat -- only 16 bars)
#2 - 8.5 (f/ B James & Monk Kaza -- nice relaxing beat)
#3 - 9.5 (f/ Young Malice & Lo Ke -- nice beat, Face throwing a dis back at old homie, Big Mike)
#5 - 8.5 (f/ B James & Monk Kaza)
#6 - 9 (f/ B James, Monk Kaza, Rodney Grant)
#7 - 9 (short 16 bars with Face dissing the D.A. -- nice beat)
#8 - 8 (Will Hen, Monk Kaza, B James -- no Face)
#9 - 9 (f/ Monk Kaza & B James -- nice beat)
#10 - 8.5 (f/ Young malice)
#11 - 8.5
#13 - 8 (f/ B James & Monk Kaza)
#14 - 7.5 (B James solo)
#15 - 8 (f/ Lo-Ke & OC)
#16 - 6.5 (f/ Paparue)
#17 & 18 are remixes of #2

Brad Jordan -- b. 11/9/1970 -- b. San Antonio, TX, moved to Houston, TX
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Carter on June 12, 2010
Format: MP3 Music
To be honest I've never heard Scarface this raw before. Even Emeritus(I Think that's how its spelled) wasn't this raw. This is hip hop at its best. People say the south doesn't have any true lyricists but I think even you'll beg to differ after listening to this. If you ain't feeling this then you must be deaf.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D.L. Johnson on July 14, 2010
Format: Audio CD
in this new age of hip hop it's nice to know that some old-school rappers are still holdin it down in the rap game. i came a cross "dopeman music" on a humble about a week ago and after hearin a quick sample, i had to cop it. i've been on scarface & the geto boys since the rap-a-lot days. the rap game has changed, but my man hustled hip hop instead of it hustlin him. stayin current but old-school, scarface has remained one of the hardest rappers in the game. "dopeman music" from 1-done is tight...classic scarface. dopeman music, 2 the beat, wanted, & the ghetto report to name a few, remind me of some of his old-school classics that i grew up on. "dopeman music" is a must have for any rap fan. scarface has done it again!!
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I love this album; underrated just like Facemob has been his entire career; I always anticipate Scarface dropping because that is the only rap album worth buying. GOAT
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