The stream of Scarface's Deeply Rooted album became available today (September 4).

The project is made up of 15 tracks and includes "God" with John Legend and "Do What I Do" featuring Nas, Rick Ross and Z-Ro.

This is Scarface's first album on his Facemob Music label.

Scarface's Deeply Rooted album cover art, tracklist and stream are below:

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  1. Intro
  2. Rooted (f. Papa Reu)
  3. The Hot Seat
  4. Dope Man Pushin' (f. Papa Reu)
  5. F**k You Too (f. Z-Ro)
  6. Steer (f. Rush Davis)
  7. Anything
  8. Do What I Do (f. Nas, Rick Ross & Z-Ro)
  9. God (f. John Legend)
  10. Keep It Movin' (f. Avant)
  11. You (f. Ceelo Green)
  12. All Bad
  13. Voices
  14. No Problem
  15. Outro

(This article was first published on August 19, 2015 and is as follows.)

Scarface has announced his upcoming album, Deeply Rooted, the Geto Boys artist's first full-length album release since 2008's Emeritus.

Deeply Rooted is also slated to be the title of his upcoming book with MySpace Director of Content Benjamin Meadows-Ingram.

"It talks about my life," Scarface says of the projects in a video teaser about the album and book, which is below. "The good times. The bad times."

Meadows-Ingram, who also appears in the clip, speaks highly of his working with 'Face.

"He's a legend," Medows-Ingram says in the video. "It's an honor and a privilege to work on this project. It just means a lot."

In January, Scarface spoke about the state of Rap music.

“The Rap shit [is] sounding stupider and stupider, and Country music is sounding more brilliant,” Scarface said at the time. “Rock music is sounding more brilliant and Alternative music is sounding way more brilliant. Shit sound good as fuck. Everybody [in Hip Hop] wants to turn up now, even in R&B. Who stole the soul? The soul is gone. Twenty-five years ago it was called soul. Thirty years ago it was called soul. Then they turned it into rhythm and blues, R&B. What is it now? Is R&B gone, too?”

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