by Jimmy 'Da' Saint and Freeway Rick Ross
Black Scarface is a powerful, realistic tale of money, power, respect, loyalty, love and a young man's journey to become a living legend,
and one of the most notorious drug kingpins in U.S. history.
At just eight years old, Norman "Face" Smith Jr. knew exactly what he wanted to be once he grew up; a man of power, wealth and respect.
Bing raised by his beautiful, overprotective mother Pamela, Face had set his eyes on all finer things in life; beautiful women, expensive cars
and enough money to buy him the world on a platinum platter. By the age of 18, Face and his childhood best friend Reese were two precocious,
young street thugs in search of a better life. They were determined to do whatever it took to survive the mean streets of Philly...
Then one day their luck changed.