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January 27, 2009 Breaking away from the formula of his early work, 1994's The Diary showcases Scarface at a high point in his solo career. The Houston-bred rapper set his gritty angst against a backdrop of live instrumentation and laid-back tempos that made for a Third Coast classic.
January 17, 2008 The song is called "Girl You Know," and it's the work of a Southern rapper, but this is no mindless club banger. For one thing, Scarface ranks atop the shortlist of Southern rap's greatest of all time, and he didn't get there by making forgettable music.
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