Women in Music 2016

Scarface Offers Up His 'Greatest'

Former Geto Boys rapper Scarface, one of hip-hop's most consistently successful artists, has recorded one new track for a greatest-hits set that streets Oct. 22 on Rap-A-Lot/Virgin Records. The new "L

Former Geto Boys rapper Scarface, one of hip-hop's most consistently successful artists, has recorded one new track for a greatest-hits set that streets Oct. 22 on Rap-A-Lot/Virgin Records. The new "Love & Friendship" will grace the disc alongside classic tracks like "Mr. Scarface," "A Minute to Pray," and "Money & the Power."

Celebrating 15 years in rap, "Greatest Hits" culls tracks from Scarface's (real name: Brad Jordan) first six solo albums, from 1991's "Mr. Scarface Is Back" (Rap-A-Lot) up through 2000's "Last of a Dying Breed" (Virgin). No Geto Boys tracks are included, and nor is material from Scarface's "The Fix," released in August on Def Jam South. However, hip-hop luminaries such as 2Pac, Master P, and Ice Cube are all represented on "Greatest Hits" in guest shots.

"The Fix" debuted at No. 4 on The Billboard 200 last month. It marked the sixth straight Scarface set to debut in the chart's top-10, including 1997's "The Untouchable" (Rap-A-Lot/Virgin), which debuted at No. 1 that March.

Here is the track list for Scarface's "Greatest Hits":

"Love & Friendship"
"Mr. Scarface"
"Money & the Power"
"Let Me Roll"
"Southside"
"Mary Jane"
"Goin' Down"
"Smile" featuring 2Pac & Johnny P.
"F*** Faces" featuring Too Short, Devin The Dude, & Tela
"Homies & Thugs" featuring Master P
"G's"
"Now I Feel Ya"
"I Seen A Man Die"
"Hand Of The Dead Body" featuring Ice Cube
"Look Into My Eyes"
"Jesse James"
"Born Killer"
"A Minute To Pray"