In case you forgot, Scarface has one of the most powerful rap voices ever-a voice that exudes pain and loss. So of course having him team up with fellow living legend Nasty Nas on DJ Khaled's "Hip-Hop" was going to be something special. Face reflects on the game he gave his life to only to have it betray him for lesser rappers. It's hard not to side with Face, after all many of today's rappers can't hold a candle to his best work. But then again, songs like "Hip-Hop" prove he's got more in the tank and that today's rappers still can't hold a candle to pen game. We still love HER.