Scarface ft. Lil’ Wayne & Bun B - Forgot About Me

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Scarface
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Cool & Dre
Album:
Emeritus

The South is represented strongly on rapper Scarface‘s possible second single, Forget About Me, off the forthcoming Emeritus.  The record, which features a hilarious Lil’ Wayne rant, also includes a guest feature from UGK‘s Bun B that confirms no one will soon “forget about the Pimp.”  Produced by Cool & Dre, this bass-and-drum heavy track, which includes a soulful sample that keeps the record grounded in 2002, sounds like it might have been a better fit on Face’s The Fix than Emeritus.  But while the heart of Houston continues where he left off on last year’s Made,  its clear that this slab-rocker was meant to garner the attention of today’s current street soldiers.  Emeritus is currently set for release later this fall on Asylum Records.

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