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.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 09/15/08
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