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Polarizing Chicago rapper Chief Keef drops the official video for “Kobe.” The visual finds Keef spittin’ his lyrics while standing in front of or sitting in the back of a Bentley. The Staples Center parking lot, maybe?

“Since I signed with Jimmy Iovine I swear I think that I’m Kobe,” raps Keef over the Young Chop produced, bass heavy and organ filled track. Oddly, Kobe Bryant is not in the video, save for the shots of a billboard ad for Time Warner cable. Still no women in a Chief Keef video, but at least he kept his shirt on.

Chief Keef’s debut album, Finally Rich, is in stores December 18th. Watch the Hi-Def directed video for “Kobe” below.


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