Brad "Scarface" Jordan

Brad "Scarface" Jordan has released eleven solo albums and seven albums with gangsta rap pioneers the Geto Boys. Six of his albums debuted in the Top 10 on the Billboard charts, and his fourth album, The Untouchable, debuted at No. 1 in 1997. He is a producer and record executive, former president of Def Jam South (where he signed the now multi-platinum Ludacris), and for years, the face of Rap-A-Lot Records, which was one of the most successful independent rap labels of all time, and opened the door for a flood of blockbuster southern-based acts and labels. He lives in Houston, Texas. ,b Benjamin Meadows-Ingram has served as the Music Editor of Billboard and as the Executive Editor of VIBE Magazine. Originally from Memphis, he is an accomplished writer and editor and has written extensively about Southern rap. His portfolio includes cover stories on such artists as T.I. Lil Wayne, Drake, and Young Jeezy, dating back to the late '90s.
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