DJ Muggs hints that his new single, “Street Made” could be Scarface’s final rap song ahead of his farewell tour.
DJ Muggs has more than 30 years in the game however there’s clearly no halting him. The popular maker is presently poised to deliver Soul Assassins 3 and he’s been favoring fans with new singles to hold them down until the task drops. Recently, Muggs enrolled East Coast legends Method Man and Slick Rick for the single, “City.” Now, he overcomes any barrier between the Midwest and the South with his most recent contribution, “Road Code” ft. Scarface and Freddie Gibbs. The scary creation is the ideal scenery for Scarface’s preventative bars of the roads while Gibbs actually gives distinctive coke raps as though he was clutching a block in the corner.
The music video for the tune unfortunately showed that it very well may be Scarface’s last rap melody before his impending goodbye visit. It could be said, it’s a round trip second since Gibbs, who he recently worked with on Pinata melody “Broken,” has regularly called Scarface quite possibly of his greatest impact.
Check out the song below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Quotable Lyrics I got different flavors of dope like n***as got weed strains
Wait ’til rigor mortis set in, that n***a freeze framed
I blow cane on a tug boat, fentanyl got ’em comatose
Gotta watch it these days, they could trace a pack when a n***a overdose