Fresh out of jail (or a youth detention center) and Chicago dreaming, Chief Keef is back on the block and celebrates with a new video called "Now It's Over."
Keef served two months in an Illinois Youth Detention Center after violating his probation after appearing in a video for Pitchfork where the 17-year-old was at a gun range with some of the website's editors.
In this video, the folks of Glory Boyz Entertainment are seen in good spirits and look happy to have the Finally Rich rapper back home. The crew are smiling and having fun in a mansion, ecstatic to have young Sosa back. No word on if Keef went through with his reported baptismal, though.
This song will most likely be featured on Sosa's upcoming mixtape, Bang Pt. 2, which should be out in the near future. It looks like the Chicago rapper has come a long way since shooting videos in their basement, shirtless toting weapons and shaking dreads.
Get a look at Keef's new video for "Now It's Over" down below and be on the look out for Keef's new mixtape, Bang Pt. 2.