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World Is Yours
World Is Yours
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
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Scarface is by far the king of Southern Rap. His track record as a Geto Boy and solo artist is incredibly successful. The Houston Texas Native is responsible for over ten million records being sold.


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All Artists: Scarface
Title: World Is Yours
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Virgin Records Us
Original Release Date: 1/1/1993
Re-Release Date: 4/25/1995
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: Gangsta & Hardcore, Southern Rap, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724384036126


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Scarface is by far the king of Southern Rap. His track record as a Geto Boy and solo artist is incredibly successful. The Houston Texas Native is responsible for over ten million records being sold.

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"Mista Mista Scarface fo' the Nine-Tre'..."
Philip Y. | Israel | 06/29/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

""The World is Yours" is Scarface's sophmore album and it is another timeless classic for Brad Jordan and Rap-A-Lot. In some ways, it's even better than his debut "Mr. Scarface is Back", especially in terms of production. The beats appear to be better than the first one, more polished - you may say clearer, more musical... Producers include Bido, James Smith (aka Prince J), NO Joe, Mike Dean and Scarface himself, and they all do a great job behind the boards. Scarface is young, hungry, agressive, hardcore. His deep voice with the Southern drawl hits you hard in the chest, yet there are a few laid-back songs, where Face's style calms down and fits the calm beats perfectly. Face is more than just a gangsta rapper, with street credibility, his lyrics are smart, intelligent, and he menages to sound mature even over the most violent songs. Scarface talks the gangsta talk, and his lyrics are full of the gangsta talk (yet on the highest level possible), but he's not afraid to adress some social issues (such as crooked cops, sniches, racism) and personal issues as well (on the all-time classic song "You Don't Hear Me Doe"). I think the only song that you'll skip is "Funky Lil' Ni***" - you get Rap A Lot's kid rapper 2 Low (maybe it was Prince J's attempt to follow Kriss Kross' success), and no Scarface on it. Stupid and filler stuff. But it doesn't take a thing from this album. I mean, I listen to "The World is Yours" these days, more than a decade after it was released and it's still rellevant, it does not sound out of date. Is there a doubt Scarface is the King of the South? How could those other new clowns claim the title Scarface owns ever since the early 90's?... Anyone who can appreciate talent and quality should love the album, and not only Dirty South rap fans. Scarface is a legend, and his early work is something you shouldn't miss. Who knows, these albums may become out of print and then you'll be left without hearing some true greatness, one of the true pioneers of Gangsta Rap."
The world is his!
Nuisance | Miami | 01/16/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have always been a fan of Scarface since his first album. His aggressive stlye of rapping plus the social commentary puts him above the average rapper from the south. This second album has a lot of gems in it which are COMIN AGG, THE WALL, LETTIN EM KNOW, LET ME ROLL, YOU DONT HEAR ME DOE, DYING WITH YOUR BOOTS ON, NOW IF FEEL YA(deep old school classic), MR SCARFACE PART 3 FINAL CHAPTHER, HE'S DEAD and IM BLACK(deep record about police brutality). Filler: Still that n***a, Strictly For The Funk Lovers(stupid filler wher they pretty much say doodoochaser all over the record) and Funky Lil N***a(the little boy so wack its sidesplitting hilarious. Bottom Line: The World Is Yours is a classic that is that any Scarface fan will enjoy. Scarface's raps are still on point, the production was solid and he gave you a little insight on certain tracks. A definite must-have!"
King of the south!
Kurupt | chicago | 05/30/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Scarface is a true emcee from the old school that can rap about any subject given to him. This ablum is dope from front ot back. It is the type of alum that you put in and just let it play without skipping not a single track. The lyrics and beats are sick. This is definitely a album for your collection."