Shockwaves were sent across the Internet earlier this week as rumors started to swirl that Scarface’s forthcoming album, Emeritus, will indeed be his very last. While DJBooth can neither confirm nor deny these reports, we do know that the Houston veteran has concocted one heck of an album for his longtime listeners. On the title track of the album, produced by Scram Jones, Face appropriately explains the definition of the word (e·mer·i·tus: retired but retaining a professional title), while reminiscing over his fond memories of the game and the monumental impact he has made. Initially intended for release this week, Emeritus was pushed back to a December 2 release date. The project will be released by Rap-A-Lot and Asylum.
Written by DJ Z on 09/30/08
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