|Studio album by Scarface
||August 6, 2002
||Southern Hip Hop, Gangsta Rap
||Def Jam South, Def Jam
||Kanye West, Tony Pizarro, Nottz, The Neptunes, Mike Dean, China Black, Nashiem Myrick, Lee Stone, T-Mix, Lofey, Flip
The Fix is the seventh studio album by American rapper Scarface. The album was released on August 6, 2002. The album was highly acclaimed, receiving a rare 5-mic rating from hip-hop magazine The Source. It debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 chart, with 159,000 copies sold in its first week. Guest artists on the album include Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel, Nas, Faith Evans, and WC. Producers include Mike Dean, Kanye West, Tony Pizarro, Nottz, and the Neptunes.
The Fix was Scarface's first release on Def Jam Recordings; he became the president of Def Jam South in 2001. Two singles were released from The Fix. The first was the song "My Block", with a music video directed by Marc Klasfeld. The second single "Someday" contained a music video that was directed by former 10cc member Kevin Godley.
In 2010, it was reported by HipHopDX Scarface would be making a sequel to The Fix called The Habit.
In 2009, Pitchfork Media ranked the album at #185 on their Top 200 Albums of the 2000s list.
||"The Fix" (Intro)
||B. Jordan, M. Dean
||B. Jordan, T. Hom, C. Reid
||"In Cold Blood"
||B. Jordan, K. West, S. Moy, F. Long
||"Guess Who's Back" (featuring Jay-Z and Beanie Sigel)
||B. Jordan, K. West, S. Carter, D. Grant, M. Sutton, B. Sutton, T. DePierro
||B. Jordan, N.. Myrick, L. Stone, R. Flack, D. Hathaway, C. Mann
||"Keep Me Down"
||B. Jordan, D. Lamb
||"What Can I Do?" (featuring Kelly Price)
||B. Jordan, T. Jones, K. Price
||"In Between Us" (featuring Nas)
||B. Jordan, N. Jones, M. Dean, M. Sandlofer
||Scarface, Mike Dean, Lofey
||"Someday" (featuring Faith Evans)
||B. Jordan, C. Hugo, P. Williams
||B. Jordan, T. Jones
||"Heaven" (featuring Kelly Price)
||B. Jordan, K. West, T. Jones, K. Price, R. Moore Jr.
||T-Mix, Kanye West
||"I Ain't the One" (featuring WC)
||B. Jordan, W. Calhoun, T. Pizarro, F. Wilcox, L.L. Goldsmith, F. Webb
||Tony Pizarro, Flip
||B. Jordan, M. Dean