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Brad Terrence Jordan (born November 9, 1970), better known by his stage name Scarface, is an American rapper and music producer. He grew up in Houston, Texas
Houston, Texas
and is a member of the Geto Boys.[2] He is originally from the city's South Acres (Crestmont Park) neighborhood.[3] In 2012, The Source ranked him #16 on their list of the Top 50 Lyricists of All Time,[4] while About.com
About.com
ranked him #10 on its list of the 50 Greatest MCs of Our Time (1987-2007).[5]

Contents

1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Media appearances 4 Personal life 5 Bibliography 6 Discography 7 References 8 External links

Early life and education[edit] Scarface attended Woodson Middle School in Houston, Texas.[6] He was brought up as a Christian, but converted to Islam
Islam
in 2006.[7] Career[edit] He began his career as DJ Akshen (pronounced Action) recording solo for Lil' Troy's Short Stop Records, a local label in Houston. After releasing the 12" single "Scarface/Another Head Put To Rest" (1989) produced by Def Jam
Def Jam
Blaster and [8]Bruce "Grim" Rhodes,[9] he would go on to sign with Rap-A-Lot Records
Rap-A-Lot Records
and join a group who were collectively known as Geto Boys
Geto Boys
replacing one member who left, and released the group's second album Grip It! On That Other Level
Grip It! On That Other Level
(1989), a highly successful album that garnered the group a large fanbase, in spite of their violent lyrics keeping them from radio and MTV. He took his stage name from the 1983 film Scarface.[10] In 1992, Scarface appeared (along with Bushwick Bill) on the Kool G Rap & DJ Polo album Live and Let Die. The album Mr. Scarface Is Back
Mr. Scarface Is Back
was a success, and Scarface's popularity soon overshadowed the other Geto Boys. Scarface remained in the group while releasing a series of solo albums that kept him in the public view with increasing sales, making him the only Geto Boys member that has always remained with the group since the group personnel was revamped in 1989. This peaked with The Diary and The Last of a Dying Breed, the latter of which received overwhelmingly positive reviews and sales, and earned him Lyricist of the Year at the 2001 Source Awards.[2] In 2002, he released The Fix, the follow-up to The Last of a Dying Breed and returned to the studio with the Geto Boys
Geto Boys
for their album, The Foundation. He was also featured on The Biggie Duets alongside Big Gee and Akon. He guested on Ray Cash's debut single "Bumpin' My Music". In addition to his career as a rapper, Scarface has also been the coordinator and president of Def Jam
Def Jam
South since 2000, where he has fostered the career of popular rapper Ludacris, whom he originally signed to the label.[2] Scarface has appeared on Freeway's album Free at Last and on Beanie Sigel's album, The Solution. Scarface has produced three tracks on UGK's Underground Kingz including "Life Is 2009," "Still Ridin' Dirty," and "Candy." Some of Scarface's early music videos ("A Minute to Pray and a Second to Die") featured community activist Quanell X in supporting roles. In 2008, Scarface collaborated with rapper Tech N9ne
Tech N9ne
on his album Killer on the song "Pillow Talkin'". Despite limited commercial appeal, he remains out of the norm and uniquely popular amongst those in the industry, and has been described as "your favorite rapper's favorite rapper".[11] On August 6, 2009 Scarface performed at the 2009 Gathering of the Juggalos. In 2005, comedian Chris Rock
Chris Rock
praised Scarface as one of the best three rappers of all time on his list of the Top-25 Hip-Hop Albums ever. "[12] On June 30, 2010, Scarface announced that he was working on a new album entitled The Habit, which would include features from John Legend and Drake, and that it was scheduled for release that fall.[13] For one production on the album, Scarface co-hosted a worldwide producer showcase with iStandard from which thousands of producers were considered and after a selection of the top 8, Alex Kresovich was named winner.[14] The album would feature a production from Eminem.[15] In February 2011, news came that he had been held in jail without bail since September 2010 for failure to pay child support in four different cases.[16] As of August 2011, Scarface was released from jail. In 2012, Scarface collaborated with Ice Cube
Ice Cube
on an Insane Clown Posse remix called "Chris Benoit" on The Mighty Death Pop!'s bonus album Mike E. Clark's Extra Pop Emporium.[17] Media appearances[edit] Scarface appeared in the Mike Judge
Mike Judge
film Idiocracy as a pimp named Upgrayedd. Judge also used the Scarface track "No Tears" and Geto Boys tracks "Still" and "Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangsta" in his 1999 movie Office Space.[citation needed] Scarface's track "On my Block" is also featured in the movie My Baby's Daddy
My Baby's Daddy
and the 2016 movie "Neighbors 2 Sorority Rising" .[citation needed] He has appeared in the two video games: Def Jam
Def Jam
Vendetta and its sequel Def Jam: Fight For NY. At the 2015 BET Hip Hop Awards, he received the I Am Hip Hop award.[18] Personal life[edit] Scarface claims to be a cousin of singer Johnny Nash.[19] Scarface suffers from severe depression and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder while growing up, which led him to attempt suicide by cutting his wrists and committed several drug overdoses in his youth.[20] Bibliography[edit] Scarface released his autobiography on April 21, 2015, which details various moments from his childhood, getting his first record deal from Rap-A-Lot, and his tenure at Def Jam
Def Jam
South.[21][22][23]

Diary of a Madman (2015)

Discography[edit] Main article: Scarface discography See also: Geto Boys
Geto Boys
discography

Geto Boys
Geto Boys
albums

Grip It! On That Other Level
Grip It! On That Other Level
(1989) We Can't Be Stopped
We Can't Be Stopped
(1991) Till Death Do Us Part (1993) The Resurrection (1996) Da Good da Bad & da Ugly (1998) The Foundation (2005)

Solo albums

Mr. Scarface Is Back
Mr. Scarface Is Back
(1991) The World Is Yours (1993) The Diary (1994) The Untouchable
The Untouchable
(1997) My Homies
My Homies
(1998) The Last of a Dying Breed
The Last of a Dying Breed
(2000) The Fix (2002) My Homies
My Homies
Part 2 (2006) Made (2007) Emeritus (2008) Deeply Rooted
Deeply Rooted
(2015) Deeply Rooted:The Lost Files (2017)

Collaborative albums

The Other Side of the Law (with Facemob) (1996) One Hunid
One Hunid
(with The Product) (2006)

Compilation albums

Deeply Rooted: The Lost Files (2017)

References[edit]

^ c=search&first=Brad&last=Jordan&spelling=Exact&11_year=1970&11_month=0&11_day=0&4=&14=&SubmitSearch.x=82&SubmitSearch.y=5&SubmitSearch=Submit " Texas
Texas
Births 1926–1995" Check url= value (help). "Family Tree Networks".  ^ a b c d Jason Birchmeier (1970-11-09). "Scarface Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ Rodriguez, Lori. "SHIFTING DEMOGRAPHICS / Latinos bringing change to black neighborhoods / Newcomers are finding acceptance comes gradually." Houston
Houston
Chronicle. Monday May 2, 2005. A1. Retrieved on February 4, 2009. ^ "The Source's Top 50 Lyricists Of All Time **Complete List Inside**". ThisIs50.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ "The 50 Greatest Rappers of All Time". Rap.about.com. 2014-06-25. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ Lomax, John Nova. "South Park Monster." Houston
Houston
Press. Thursday June 6, 2002. 3. Retrieved on February 6, 2011. ^ Sean Price Interviews Scarface: They Discuss Religion, Emceeing & Ultimate Rap Collaborations. Hiphopdx.com, 29 October 2012. ^ https://www.discogs.com/Scarface-Scarface/release/2807034 ^ "Bruce "Grim Reaper" Rhodes Discography". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-09-06.  ^ "Scarface". Defjam.com.  ^ Reid, Shaheem. (2002-08-16) Scarface Keeps Eye On Future – News Story Music, Celebrity, Artist News. Mtv.com. Retrieved on 2011-10-25. ^ "Chris Rock's Top 25 Hip Hop Albums". Rate Your Music. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ Harper, Rosario. (2010-06-30) Scarface Defends Return From Retirement, "I'm Stepping Back In On My Terms". Sohh.com. Retrieved on 2011-10-25. ^ "iStandard Texas
Texas
Time – Help Decide Scarface's Next Track / iStandard In Dallas @ TUMS This Week iStandardProducers.com". Blog.istandardproducers.com. Archived from the original on 2015-02-04. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ "Prefixmag.com". Prefixmag.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ "Prefixmag.com". Prefixmag.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ [1][dead link] ^ Johnson, Victoria (14 October 2015). "Scarface receives legendary I am hip hop award". TheBoombox. Retrieved 26 October 2016.  ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Czdg8e8UX4 ^ "Scarface Talks Solo Album, Geto Boys
Geto Boys
Reunion and Mystery Illness". Rolling Stone. July 16, 2015. Retrieved March 11, 2016.  ^ "SCARFACE (@BrotherMob)". Twitter. 2010-01-05. Retrieved 2015-09-06.  ^ " Facemob Music". Facemob Music. Retrieved 2015-09-06.  ^ "Diary of a Madman: The Geto Boys, Life, Death, and the Roots of Southern Rap (9780062302632): Brad "Scarface" Jordan, Benjamin Meadows Ingram: Books". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2015-09-06. 

External links[edit]

Houston
Houston
portal Biography portal

Scarface's Official Website Scarface Interview at Complex.com

v t e

Scarface

Studio albums

Mr. Scarface Is Back The World Is Yours The Diary The Untouchable My Homies The Last of a Dying Breed The Fix Balls and My Word My Homies
My Homies
Part 2 Made Emeritus Deeply Rooted

Compilation albums

Greatest Hits The Best of Scarface

Collaboration albums

The Other Side of the Law One Hunid

Mixtapes

Dopeman Music

Singles

"Mr. Scarface" "A Minute to Pray and a Second to Die" "Hand of the Dead Body" "I Seen a Man Die" "Among the Walking Dead" "Smile" "Mary Jane" "Game Over" "It Ain't, Pt. 2" "My Block"

Related articles

Discography Facemob Geto Boys

v t e

Geto Boys

Scarface Bushwick Bill Willie D

Prince Johnny C Raheem Big Mike The Sire Jukebox DJ Ready Red

Albums

Making Trouble Grip It! On That Other Level The Geto Boys We Can't Be Stopped Till Death Do Us Part The Resurrection Da Good da Bad & da Ugly The Foundation

Compilations

Uncut Dope: Geto Boys' Best Greatest Hits Best of the Geto Boys

Singles

"Car Freak" "You Ain't Nothin'" "I Run This" "Do It Like A G.O" "Fuck 'Em" "Mind Playing Tricks on Me" "I Ain't With Being Broke" "Gotta Let Them Hang" "Six Feet Deep" "Crooked Officer" "Straight Gangstaism" "The World Is A Ghetto" "Still" "G-Code" "When It Gets Gangsta" "The Secret " "Yes, Yes Y'all"

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Office Space
(soundtrack) Too Much Trouble

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Def Jam
Def Jam
Recordings

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Founders

Russell Simmons Rick Rubin

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Def Jam
South Def Soul Disturbing tha Peace GOOD Music Radio Killa Records Roc-A-Fella Records

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Brad Terrence Jordan (born November 9, 1970), better known by his stage name Scarface, is an American rapper and music producer. He grew up in Houston, Texas
Houston, Texas
and is a member of the Geto Boys.[2] He is originally from the city's South Acres (Crestmont Park) neighborhood.[3] In 2012, The Source ranked him #16 on their list of the Top 50 Lyricists of All Time,[4] while About.com
About.com
ranked him #10 on its list of the 50 Greatest MCs of Our Time (1987-2007).[5]

Contents

1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Media appearances 4 Personal life 5 Bibliography 6 Discography 7 References 8 External links

Early life and education[edit] Scarface attended Woodson Middle School in Houston, Texas.[6] He was brought up as a Christian, but converted to Islam
Islam
in 2006.[7] Career[edit] He began his career as DJ Akshen (pronounced Action) recording solo for Lil' Troy's Short Stop Records, a local label in Houston. After releasing the 12" single "Scarface/Another Head Put To Rest" (1989) produced by Def Jam
Def Jam
Blaster and [8]Bruce "Grim" Rhodes,[9] he would go on to sign with Rap-A-Lot Records
Rap-A-Lot Records
and join a group who were collectively known as Geto Boys
Geto Boys
replacing one member who left, and released the group's second album Grip It! On That Other Level
Grip It! On That Other Level
(1989), a highly successful album that garnered the group a large fanbase, in spite of their violent lyrics keeping them from radio and MTV. He took his stage name from the 1983 film Scarface.[10] In 1992, Scarface appeared (along with Bushwick Bill) on the Kool G Rap & DJ Polo album Live and Let Die. The album Mr. Scarface Is Back
Mr. Scarface Is Back
was a success, and Scarface's popularity soon overshadowed the other Geto Boys. Scarface remained in the group while releasing a series of solo albums that kept him in the public view with increasing sales, making him the only Geto Boys member that has always remained with the group since the group personnel was revamped in 1989. This peaked with The Diary and The Last of a Dying Breed, the latter of which received overwhelmingly positive reviews and sales, and earned him Lyricist of the Year at the 2001 Source Awards.[2] In 2002, he released The Fix, the follow-up to The Last of a Dying Breed and returned to the studio with the Geto Boys
Geto Boys
for their album, The Foundation. He was also featured on The Biggie Duets alongside Big Gee and Akon. He guested on Ray Cash's debut single "Bumpin' My Music". In addition to his career as a rapper, Scarface has also been the coordinator and president of Def Jam
Def Jam
South since 2000, where he has fostered the career of popular rapper Ludacris, whom he originally signed to the label.[2] Scarface has appeared on Freeway's album Free at Last and on Beanie Sigel's album, The Solution. Scarface has produced three tracks on UGK's Underground Kingz including "Life Is 2009," "Still Ridin' Dirty," and "Candy." Some of Scarface's early music videos ("A Minute to Pray and a Second to Die") featured community activist Quanell X in supporting roles. In 2008, Scarface collaborated with rapper Tech N9ne
Tech N9ne
on his album Killer on the song "Pillow Talkin'". Despite limited commercial appeal, he remains out of the norm and uniquely popular amongst those in the industry, and has been described as "your favorite rapper's favorite rapper".[11] On August 6, 2009 Scarface performed at the 2009 Gathering of the Juggalos. In 2005, comedian Chris Rock
Chris Rock
praised Scarface as one of the best three rappers of all time on his list of the Top-25 Hip-Hop Albums ever. "[12] On June 30, 2010, Scarface announced that he was working on a new album entitled The Habit, which would include features from John Legend and Drake, and that it was scheduled for release that fall.[13] For one production on the album, Scarface co-hosted a worldwide producer showcase with iStandard from which thousands of producers were considered and after a selection of the top 8, Alex Kresovich was named winner.[14] The album would feature a production from Eminem.[15] In February 2011, news came that he had been held in jail without bail since September 2010 for failure to pay child support in four different cases.[16] As of August 2011, Scarface was released from jail. In 2012, Scarface collaborated with Ice Cube
Ice Cube
on an Insane Clown Posse remix called "Chris Benoit" on The Mighty Death Pop!'s bonus album Mike E. Clark's Extra Pop Emporium.[17] Media appearances[edit] Scarface appeared in the Mike Judge
Mike Judge
film Idiocracy as a pimp named Upgrayedd. Judge also used the Scarface track "No Tears" and Geto Boys tracks "Still" and "Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangsta" in his 1999 movie Office Space.[citation needed] Scarface's track "On my Block" is also featured in the movie My Baby's Daddy
My Baby's Daddy
and the 2016 movie "Neighbors 2 Sorority Rising" .[citation needed] He has appeared in the two video games: Def Jam
Def Jam
Vendetta and its sequel Def Jam: Fight For NY. At the 2015 BET Hip Hop Awards, he received the I Am Hip Hop award.[18] Personal life[edit] Scarface claims to be a cousin of singer Johnny Nash.[19] Scarface suffers from severe depression and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder while growing up, which led him to attempt suicide by cutting his wrists and committed several drug overdoses in his youth.[20] Bibliography[edit] Scarface released his autobiography on April 21, 2015, which details various moments from his childhood, getting his first record deal from Rap-A-Lot, and his tenure at Def Jam
Def Jam
South.[21][22][23]

Diary of a Madman (2015)

Discography[edit] Main article: Scarface discography See also: Geto Boys
Geto Boys
discography

Geto Boys
Geto Boys
albums

Grip It! On That Other Level
Grip It! On That Other Level
(1989) We Can't Be Stopped
We Can't Be Stopped
(1991) Till Death Do Us Part (1993) The Resurrection (1996) Da Good da Bad & da Ugly (1998) The Foundation (2005)

Solo albums

Mr. Scarface Is Back
Mr. Scarface Is Back
(1991) The World Is Yours (1993) The Diary (1994) The Untouchable
The Untouchable
(1997) My Homies
My Homies
(1998) The Last of a Dying Breed
The Last of a Dying Breed
(2000) The Fix (2002) My Homies
My Homies
Part 2 (2006) Made (2007) Emeritus (2008) Deeply Rooted
Deeply Rooted
(2015) Deeply Rooted:The Lost Files (2017)

Collaborative albums

The Other Side of the Law (with Facemob) (1996) One Hunid
One Hunid
(with The Product) (2006)

Compilation albums

Deeply Rooted: The Lost Files (2017)

References[edit]

^ c=search&first=Brad&last=Jordan&spelling=Exact&11_year=1970&11_month=0&11_day=0&4=&14=&SubmitSearch.x=82&SubmitSearch.y=5&SubmitSearch=Submit " Texas
Texas
Births 1926–1995" Check url= value (help). "Family Tree Networks".  ^ a b c d Jason Birchmeier (1970-11-09). "Scarface Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ Rodriguez, Lori. "SHIFTING DEMOGRAPHICS / Latinos bringing change to black neighborhoods / Newcomers are finding acceptance comes gradually." Houston
Houston
Chronicle. Monday May 2, 2005. A1. Retrieved on February 4, 2009. ^ "The Source's Top 50 Lyricists Of All Time **Complete List Inside**". ThisIs50.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ "The 50 Greatest Rappers of All Time". Rap.about.com. 2014-06-25. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ Lomax, John Nova. "South Park Monster." Houston
Houston
Press. Thursday June 6, 2002. 3. Retrieved on February 6, 2011. ^ Sean Price Interviews Scarface: They Discuss Religion, Emceeing & Ultimate Rap Collaborations. Hiphopdx.com, 29 October 2012. ^ https://www.discogs.com/Scarface-Scarface/release/2807034 ^ "Bruce "Grim Reaper" Rhodes Discography". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-09-06.  ^ "Scarface". Defjam.com.  ^ Reid, Shaheem. (2002-08-16) Scarface Keeps Eye On Future – News Story Music, Celebrity, Artist News. Mtv.com. Retrieved on 2011-10-25. ^ "Chris Rock's Top 25 Hip Hop Albums". Rate Your Music. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ Harper, Rosario. (2010-06-30) Scarface Defends Return From Retirement, "I'm Stepping Back In On My Terms". Sohh.com. Retrieved on 2011-10-25. ^ "iStandard Texas
Texas
Time – Help Decide Scarface's Next Track / iStandard In Dallas @ TUMS This Week iStandardProducers.com". Blog.istandardproducers.com. Archived from the original on 2015-02-04. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ "Prefixmag.com". Prefixmag.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ "Prefixmag.com". Prefixmag.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.  ^ [1][dead link] ^ Johnson, Victoria (14 October 2015). "Scarface receives legendary I am hip hop award". TheBoombox. Retrieved 26 October 2016.  ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Czdg8e8UX4 ^ "Scarface Talks Solo Album, Geto Boys
Geto Boys
Reunion and Mystery Illness". Rolling Stone. July 16, 2015. Retrieved March 11, 2016.  ^ "SCARFACE (@BrotherMob)". Twitter. 2010-01-05. Retrieved 2015-09-06.  ^ " Facemob Music". Facemob Music. Retrieved 2015-09-06.  ^ "Diary of a Madman: The Geto Boys, Life, Death, and the Roots of Southern Rap (9780062302632): Brad "Scarface" Jordan, Benjamin Meadows Ingram: Books". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2015-09-06. 

External links[edit]

Houston
Houston
portal Biography portal

Scarface's Official Website Scarface Interview at Complex.com

v t e

Scarface

Studio albums

Mr. Scarface Is Back The World Is Yours The Diary The Untouchable My Homies The Last of a Dying Breed The Fix Balls and My Word My Homies
My Homies
Part 2 Made Emeritus Deeply Rooted

Compilation albums

Greatest Hits The Best of Scarface

Collaboration albums

The Other Side of the Law One Hunid

Mixtapes

Dopeman Music

Singles

"Mr. Scarface" "A Minute to Pray and a Second to Die" "Hand of the Dead Body" "I Seen a Man Die" "Among the Walking Dead" "Smile" "Mary Jane" "Game Over" "It Ain't, Pt. 2" "My Block"

Related articles

Discography Facemob Geto Boys

v t e

Geto Boys

Scarface Bushwick Bill Willie D

Prince Johnny C Raheem Big Mike The Sire Jukebox DJ Ready Red

Albums

Making Trouble Grip It! On That Other Level The Geto Boys We Can't Be Stopped Till Death Do Us Part The Resurrection Da Good da Bad & da Ugly The Foundation

Compilations

Uncut Dope: Geto Boys' Best Greatest Hits Best of the Geto Boys

Singles

"Car Freak" "You Ain't Nothin'" "I Run This" "Do It Like A G.O" "Fuck 'Em" "Mind Playing Tricks on Me" "I Ain't With Being Broke" "Gotta Let Them Hang" "Six Feet Deep" "Crooked Officer" "Straight Gangstaism" "The World Is A Ghetto" "Still" "G-Code" "When It Gets Gangsta" "The Secret " "Yes, Yes Y'all"

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Discography Rap-a-Lot Records Office Space
Office Space
(soundtrack) Too Much Trouble

v t e

Def Jam
Def Jam
Recordings

Discography

Founders

Russell Simmons Rick Rubin

Subsidiaries

ARTium Records Def Jam
Def Jam
South Def Soul Disturbing tha Peace GOOD Music Radio Killa Records Roc-A-Fella Records

v t e

Def Jam
Def Jam
South

Founders

Russell Simmons

Related articles and record labels

Def Jam
Def Jam
Recordings We the Best Music Group Disturbing tha Peace Slip-n-Slide Records

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