Scarface keeps them coming—after dropping the John Legend-assisted “God” off his first album in seven years, Deeply Rooted, the Houston rapper delivers another one called “Do What I Do.”
Considering his status as a living legend, it’s no surprise that Scarface is able to pull features from anyone in the game. Here, he grabs Nas, Rick Ross, and his fellow Houstonian Z-Ro, who provides the chorus.
Over pitched-up vocals, guitar, and plinking keys, Scarface promises to “represent for the ni**as in the ‘hood and how they living.” Rozay spits a hard 16 about how his Bentley should “be illegal,” while Nas waxes poetic about the struggles of those “tweakin’ in the cell blocks, reekin’.”
Deeply Rooted comes out Sept. 4, and will also feature CeeLo Green, Avant, and Rush Davis.