Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

SCARFACE Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Krunch Time"(feat. K.B.
2 Mr. Scarface
3 What's Your Fantasy (Remix)
4 Game Got Switched
5 Soldier Story
6 No Warning
7 Win, Lose or Draw"(feat. DMG, Johnny P, Lo-Ke
8 Games Over"(feat. Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Too $hort
9 Skrilla"(feat. Facemob
10 Untouchable
11 Hood Stuck
12 Mouthing Off
13 Baby (Remix)
14 2 Real"(feat. 3-2, UGK
15 We Need You
16 O.G. To Me"(feat. Daz, Jayo Felony, Kurupt
17 Money And The Power
18 Do What You Do
19 Fuck Faces
20 Ya Money or Ya Life
21 In My Blood"(feat. Big Mike, DMG, Yukmouth
22 The White Sheet
23 Forgot About Me
24 Southside: Houston, Texas"(feat. Devin, Tela
25 It's Not A Game
26 I Never Seen A Man Cry
27 Southside: Houston Texas
28 You Don't Hear Me Doe
29 It Ain't Part 2
30 A Minute to Pray and a Second to Die
31 Born Killer
32 High Note
33 Let Me Roll"(feat. Lil' Jay
34 Guess Who's Back Ft. Jay-Z,Beanie Sigel
35 Money Makes the World Go Round
36 In and Out"(feat. Devin, Too $hort
37 2 Real
38 What's Your Fantasy
39 I Seen a Man Die
40 Overnight"(feat. Do or Die, Rock Roc & Snypaz
41 It Ain't (Part II)
42 Hustler
43 Look Me In My Eyes
44 High Powered
45 Homies and Thuggs"(feat. Master P. and 2pac
46 Krunch Time
47 Guess Who's Back
48 Conspiracy Theory
49 Mr. Scarface: Part III the Final Chapter
50 Sorry 4 What
51 Get Off Me
52 Recognize
53 In Cold Blood
54 The Ghetto"(feat. Ice Cube, Willie D
55 Suicide
56 Who Are They
57 Keep Me Down
58 Face Off
59 I See A Man Die
60 People Don't Believe (AKA Hand Of The Dead Body)
61 Do What You Do"(feat. B-Legit & Bushwick Bill
62 The Ghetto
63 On My Block
64 For Real
65 My Block (Dirty)
66 My Homiez
67 Spend The Night (Feat Aries) (LP Version)
68 Hand of the Dead Body"(feat. Ice Cube
69 Phat Rabbit
70 Use Them Ho's
71 Safe
72 'b' Word
73 Games Over
74 Dying With Your Boots On
75 They Down With Us"(feat. U.G.K.
76 I'm Dead
77 Rock And A Hard Place
78 Win, Lose or Draw
79 Sellout
80 Girl You Know
81 MaryJane
82 Funky Lil Nigga"(feat. 2Low
83 Southern Hospitality
84 Goin' Down
85 Unexpected
86 Someday
87 A Minute To Pray
88 Game Over
89 Get Out"(feat. Jay-Z
90 You Don't Hear Me Doe"(feat. DMG
91 Stick 'Em Up
92 G's
93 Emeritus
94 What Can I Do?
95 Never
96 I Ain't the One
97 Smile"(feat. 2Pac, Johnny P
98 U Got A Problem
99 Hand of the Dead Body
100 Outro
101 Comin' Agg
102 Mind Playin' Tricks 94
103 Smartz
104 The Pimp
105 Get Out
106 Money Makes the World Go Round"(feat. Daz
107 Redemption Song
108 Dyin Wit'Cha Boots On
109 Do What You Want
110 Smile
111 Look Into My Eyes
112 Use Them Ho's (feat. Devin And K.B.)
113 In And Out
114 Jesse James
115 Murder By Reason Of Insanity
116 Funky Lil Nigga
117 Smile Ft. 2Pac (A Cappella)
118 Sunshine
119 Stuck At A Standstill
120 Small Time"(feat. Ghetto Twiinz
121 In My Time
122 Homies and Thuggs
123 down wit us
124 Mind Playin Tricks On Me '94
125 Your Ass Got Took
126 He's Dead
127 And Yo
128 Homies & Thugs
129 Friday Night"(feat. CJ Mack
130 Intro
131 No Tears
132 Diary Of A Madman
133 I'm Black
134 One
135 Platinum Starz
136 1st & 10
137 In My Blood
138 Body Snatchers
139 Let Me Roll
140 One Time
141 Last Of A Dying Breed
142 You Delinquent
143 O.G To Me
144 Catch Up
145 P D Roll 'Em
146 Lettin' Em Know
147 The Diary
148 Southside
149 The Last Of A Dying Breed
150 Ma Homiez
151 Can't Get Right
152 Heaven
153 Good Girl Gone Bad
154 Make Your Peace
155 Dollar
156 Hustler"(feat. Hoodlumz
157 They Down With Us
158 Overnight
159 Still Here
160 In Between Us
161 Longevity
162 Now I Feel Ya
163 The Gangsta Shit
164 Gotta Get Paid
165 Friday Night
166 Skrilla
167 Ho
168 Small Time
169 Invincible
170 The Wall
171 Watch Ya Step
172 Only Your Mother (Feat Devin The Dude And Tela) (LP Version)


Brad Jordan, better known by his stage name Scarface is an American rapper originally known for his work as a member of The Geto Boys. Scarface is known for his edgy and controversial lyrics that often consist of cursing, violence or expressing his discomfort concerning the police.

Scarface began his career as Akshen (pronounced Action) recording solo for Lil' Troy's Short Stop Records, a local label in Houston. He would go on to sign with Rap-A-Lot Records and join a group who were collectively known as Ghetto Boys replacing one member who left, later respelled Geto Boys, and released the groups second album Grip It! On That Other Level (1989), a highly successful LP that garnered the group a large fanbase, in spite of their violent lyrics keeping them far from radio and MTV. He is named after the 1983 movie title Scarface. He along with UGK (Bun B./Pimp C.) are credited with putting Houston Rap on the mainstream and led the way for a new wave of Houston rappers in the new millennium.

The album 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. This peaked with 2000s The Last of a Dying Breed, which received overwhelmingly positive reviews and sales, and earned him Lyricist of the Year at the 2001 Source Awards.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scarface_(rapper)