Scarface's fourth album, Untouchable, is yet another collection of hardcore gangsta rap, this time spiked with a G-funk influence -- both Dr. Dre ("Game Over") and 2Pac ("Smile") appear on the record, lending their rhyming skills to the deep bass grooves. While the production is impeccable, Scarface offers nothing distinctive on the album, and the record runs way too long to stay interesting. A handful of cuts, including those with Dre and 2Pac, are worthwhile, but Untouchable is his weakest effort yet.
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AllMusic Review by Leo Stanley