Objectively Correct Lists

Rap Has a Long History of Reclaiming the Golf Course

On the heels of YBN Nahmir's NSFW golf-themed collab with City Girls and Tyga, we go deep on rap's relationship with the links.
Kristin Corry

The Old Man and the Screen

Al Pacino's career is more than a collection of films, it's a memoirish self-commentary.
John Saward

'Scarface' Was Inspired by This Lavish, Coke-Fueled Hotel

The de-facto headquarters for Miami's cocaine trade was a dangerous, opulent place where the underworld mixed it up with celebrities.
Seth Ferranti
A Year of Lil Wayne

What Can the 'Carter III' Leaks Tell Us About the Actual 'Carter III'?

Was the leaked album actually better?
Kyle Kramer
A Year of Lil Wayne

This Is a Note That Scarface Thinks Lil Wayne is the Best

"He’s not one of the best, he’s probably THE best," he told HipHopDX last year.
Kyle Kramer
A Year of Lil Wayne

Remembering the Time the Geto Boys and Hot Boys Teamed Up to Win

Here's, "Dem Boyz," a Willie D song from 2000 featuring Lil Wayne and Scarface.
Kyle Kramer

Golfing with Scarface

Scarface (aka Brad Jordan) is an American rap legend whose career spans three decades. He's also a passionate golfer who, when not in the studio or on the road, works on his game daily.
VICE Sports
Guitar Moves

Guitar Moves with Scarface

Matt Sweeney sits down with the legendary Houston rapper to discuss his love of guitars.
Noisey Staff
New music

Z-Ro, Mistah F.A.B., and More Have Released Songs Addressing Police Violence in the Wake of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile Shootings

Artists continue to speak out and release music about Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, Black Lives Matter, and a problem that is already far too familiar.
Noisey Staff
we saw this

The D.O.C.'s First Dallas Show in 25 Years Was a Welcome Reminder of the City's Place in Hip-Hop

The first rapper to put the city on the map played a homecoming show that showed Dallas has been Funky Enough.
Mel of The Outfit, TX

There's a Nightclub Where All Fictional Characters Meet...

This is what happens when Terminator, Robocop, Tony Montana, Blade, Pinhead, and John Travolta walk into a bar.
Beckett Mufson
Internet Exploring

We Talked to the Geniuses Behind the Candy-Painted Leon Bridges Remix Album, 'Coming Home to Texas'

Brooklyn producer MICK oversaw a Houston rap-themed rework of the soul revivalist's beloved album, featuring producers from around the country and new verses from Bun B and Slim Thug.
Brandon Caldwell