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Scarface look me in my eyes

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Published on Sep 9, 2008

It looks like Mr Brad Jordan, CEO of Def Jam South is mad as hell and ain't gonna take it no more. Mr Jordan who is better known as Scarface to his legion of fans is headed back into the recording studios so he can give the DEA [Drug Enforcement Agency] a piece of his mind.. As you may recall, Scarface came under fire shortly after he released his album 'The Last of a Dying Breed'. On there was a song called 'Look Me In My Eyes' in which Scarface A takes the DEA to task for years of unwarranted drug investigations against him and his record label Rap-A-Lot. The harassment got so bad that Congresswoman Maxine Waters had to step in and help put a halt to it. One of the lead investigators Jack Schumacher was called out in the song. He was eventually re-assigned and given a desk duty job.

The ensuing criticism hand drama surrounding Scarface and his last album has left him stirred up. Hence he has headed back into the studio to record a new album called 'The Black Album'. On there he promises to really bring some heat. What's so ironic about all this, is the fact that a bout a year ago Scarface had announced that he was going to record one last album, not grant any interviews and take some time off to reflect and 'find himself'. He left us with the impression that he was going to be low key. I guess the DEA didn't want that to happen, so now they must face the wrath of Scarface.

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