Scarface’s Rare Self-Titled First Single to Be Rereleased on Vinyl
In honor of Scarface's 46th birthday today (Nov. 9), On The Good Foot Music kicks off their series of re-releasing Houston hip-hop classics and unreleased material from the late 1980s / early 1990s with the Scarface's first-ever solo single, back when he went by DJ Akshen. Now available on 7-inch vinyl, the 1989 record will once again hit the shelves.
Widely known as a track that appeared on the Geto Boys' second studio album—Grip It! On That Other Level— On The Good Foot Music now offers a version that did not appear on the Rap-A-Lot Records album. This version was first available through Short Stop Records and at the time of the release Scarface was still known as DJ Akshen.
The 7-inch vinyl of "Scarface" will have a limited release of 500 copies. Each purchase will come with two posters that feature images from the original photo-shoot, a postcard and a sticker. Purchase your copy here.
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