HOUSTON, TX PHOTO BY DERON NEBLETT Around the time Scarface dropped his double-album compilation My Homies, the music-buying public just couldn’t seem to get enough rap music. Double-albums were dropping left and right, every Tuesday guaranteed at least 4 new albums and most importantly, the majority of the product was good. This is also around the time ‘Face started to flex his business acumen, putting the album together himself and acting as somewhat of an A&R. His executive talents would been seen at the next level two years later when he was named President of Def Jam South, where he’d go on to sign a then-unknown radio personality turned rapper named Ludacris.
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