Scarface is easily one of my favorite rappers of all-time. I believe it’s the fact that he always tackles social issues. You can feel the pain/love/anger/depression in what he says. He has the ability to just speak to you on records. It’s like he’s sitting down next to you telling you a story which is meant only for you. In ’93, Brad Jordan released his second solo effort The World Is Yours, “Now I Feel Ya” was his opus to that point. A marathon as rap songs go, it went on for a little over 8 minutes. The song chronicles Brad’s life up until that point, his relationships with his mom, father, step-father, grandmother amongst others, his experiences on the streets, and the beginning of his music career. The journey that would eventually create Houston’s Scarface, one of the rap games living legends.