After decades of being in hip hop, the Houston rapper Scarface is ready to retire. On Tuesday (May 17), the rap legend announced a Farewell Tour, a 32-city swan song that will bring the gospel of Brad Jordan to the American people for the very last time this summer.
The nationwide trek kicks off in Oakland, California on July 8 and wraps up in Odessa, Texas on August 27, with stops in cities including Los Angeles, Seattle, Washington, D.C., New York and Dallas along the way. ‘Face’s set at “Rock The Bells” tour on August 6 falls on the 20th anniversary of his acclaimed 2002 album The Fix.
Scarface will be joined on the road by his band, Formaldehyde Funkmen, to help bring classic hits such as “My Block,” “Guess Who’s Back” and Geto Boys’ “Mind Playing Tricks on Me” to life for the final time. Fans who sign up to his special VIP meet and greet will get to hang out and take photos with ‘Face before the show, along with receiving a limited edition “Face Mob” commemorative baseball jersey.