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"Oh, you're about to get your ass beat!"

Scarface is a playable character in Def Jam Vendetta and Def Jam Fight For NY.


Scarface is one of hip hop's ambassadors. He represents mastered vocal skill, preserved integrity, immense respect, and quiet leadership. Ask the average fan and you'll probably get a simple summary statement, like "Face is a dope MC." Scarface has been putting it down for the South since stepping onto the scene with his Houston cohort, Geto Boys, back in '90, then waking the world a year later with his arctic delivery on the classic single "Minds Playing Tricks On Me." Once the artist formerly named Mr. Scarface went solo in '91, he released the gold-selling LPs Mr. Scarface Is Back and World Is Yours Diary, and then scored platinum success with his third solo release, Diary. The rap world was hooked to the ex-Houston hustler, as few rappers bring across such dark images so vividly. He's now onto his seventh solo album, The Fix.

Role In Def Jam Vendetta[]

Scarface is the first member of D-Mob's Def Jam Crew that you'll face in The Face Club.

Role In Def Jam Fight For NY[]

Scarface is fought during the second half of the story defending The Babylon Club. In the first half of the Story Mode, he sees Crow and his crew coming into Club 357 while talking with WC.

Role in Def Jam Fight For NY: The Takeover[]

If fighting for the Brooklyn Crew, Scarface will be the second to express his desire to become the new O.G. The protagonist must defeat him at Club 357 before becoming the new O.G.


Def Jam Vendetta

  • "Oh, you're about to get your ass beat!"
  • YEAH!
  • "Now get yo ass outta here."

Def Jam Fight For NY

  • "Yo they gonna have to carry yo ass outta here when I get through with you tonight, partna. Yeah!"
  • "Damn!"
  • "I told you man, the game don't stop. The game can't stop. GAME WON'T STOP! Chump."




  • Scarface's outfit in Vendetta is similar to an outfit he wore on a promo poster for his 1997 album "The Untouchable".
  • Scarface's blazin move in Fight For NY is named after his seventh album of the same name.
  • Jervis uses Scarface's rear blazin' move "Chicken Wing" in Fight For NY.