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N.O. Joe Shares Behind-the-Scenes Clip of Scarface in the Studio

N.O. Joe Shares Behind-the-Scenes Clip of Scarface in the Studio

Yes, Scarface is still mostly retired so clips of him in the studio are always appreciated. Legendary producer and Scarface's longtime producer/friend N.O. Joe shared a clip of the two of them vibing together in the studio to "Live That Life" from Scarface's 2017 effort, Deeply Rooted: The Lost Files.

"Y'all go bump that Deeply Rooted lost files this was my shit right here!!" Joe, whose production credits include work with D'Angelo, UGK, Ice Cube, LL COOL J, and Devin the Dude, captioned the clip, before promising new music. "I have a lot of heaters coming out real soon. Welcome back Face. N.O. Joe Playlist coming stay tuned!!"

N.O. Joe and Scarface have worked together for years, starting on Scarface's 1994 classic, The Diary. Since then, they've collaborated on nearly all of Scarface's projects including, Geto Boys' The Resurrection and Scarface's solo albums, The Untouchable, The Last of a Dying Breed, Emeritus, and Deeply Rooted.

Despite his claims of retirement, Scarface recently teamed up with DJ Muggs and Freddie Gibbs on "Street Made," which will be featured on Muggs' upcoming album, Soul Assassins 3. Scarface, who is currently on his 32-city "Farewell Tour," is slated to perform his classic 2001 album, The Fix in its entirety at the Rock the Bells Festival (he's supposed to bring his guitar along for the set). The festival takes place in Queens, NY on Aug. 6.

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