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Chicago’s new favorite son, Chief Keef, snags his first solo magazine cover courtesy of The FADERFor better or worse, the “I Don’t Like” rapper has been on the lips of everybody in Hip-Hop since he broke out this past spring after dropping his Back From The Dead mixtape and having Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T and Jadakiss remix his big single.

Since Keef’s arrival, he’s been an integral part of the burgeoning Chicago Hip-Hop scene, which the cover story focuses on. Artists like King L, LEP Bogus Boys, Rockie Fresh, and many more are just a small sample of artists who have made a star turn in the Second City. Hit the jump to check out the full cover from FADER. 


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Photo: The FADER