i’m so proud of my love tef poe, for consistently being real, humble, and 100% true to himself, in an industry that shits on / people out regardless if they come w. their whole heart and soul and life to sacrifice. he’s cracking some kind of code and making some of the best music out here. he wrote this song to legend Scarface a year ago, and just decided to promote it the other day after a long conversation w. his god. the next day dude gives him mad praise and even calls him… i had to share w. y’all so you don’t miss out on what’s going on here in saint louis, and this hella gifted dude that is one of the main leaders of our city.
it’s gotta be one of the most inspiring things watching someone grow and actually start to reach their goals, attain their life dreams. when you see all their sacrifices, self-doubt, creativity, and grinding pay off, bringing them into a higher ground, you can’t help but be genuinely happy for them.
i only support what i actually believe in. i believe in this dude, wholeheartedly. there is no substitute for a real, genuine person, who constantly can communicate that realness and make you feel some type of way from what they create. stay woke to greatness.
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'After garnering the attention of Scarface himself and earning over 3,000 Soundcloud listens in one week and being featured on nearly every major hip hop blog in the country Tef Poe gives us the video for “Dear Mr. Scarface” Directed by Citygraphix films.
St.Louis rapper and former 106th & Park freestyle champion Tef Poe joins forces with Chicago based producer Dave The King to birth what is a considered an open letter to Brad Jordan also known as the famed Houston Texas hip hop legend “Scarface”.
This is a unapologetic rap record that dabbles deeply into the art of story telling. Tef Poe touches on a wide range of subjects and offers us a dosage of honesty that is often neglected in most rap songs today. The concept of this record speaks for itself as Tef Poe bleeds his heart out and begs for the return of “reality rap”. This is “Dear Mr.Scarface” we hope you enjoy it.’