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.