Scarface has made it no secret that he's a perfectionist when it comes to his music, and the Houston legend believes that "I Seen A Man Die" was his only perfect track. Scarface explained that while he loved being a part of the Geto Boys, he felt like all of his songs during his time with the group were "rushed."
During the conversation he also addressed rumors that he was going to do a new Geto Boys album, which Scarface said was officially off the table now. He explained that it had nothing to do with the Kickstarter campaign and the Southern emcee said it had more to do with him putting the focus back on himself.
The second half of the interview Scarface shared his reaction to hearing The D.O.C.'s voice again, and the Houston spitter said that it brought tears to his eyes to hear the "It's Funky Enough" emcee regain his voice.
Check out more of what Scarface had to say in the interview above.