Chief Keef “Bouncin,” Rapsody ft. Joey Bada$$ & Merna “Don’t Need It (Remix)” & More | Wired Tracks 8.18.15
This edition of Wired Tracks is best served when your speakers are loud, as HHW highlights Chief Keef’s latest release “Bouncin.”
Chance The Rapper & NoName Gypsy “Israel (Sparring),” Mac Miller ft. Sean Price “Pet Sounds,” & More | Wired Tracks 8.12.15
Chance The Rapper released music sparingly between 2013’s Acid Rap and Donnie Trumpet’s album of the year candidate Surf, on which he provides major assistance. Since appearing on the latter, the buzzing MC blessed fans with a collaborative EP with Lil B and returns today with “Israel (Sparring),” featuring NoName Gypsy.
Chief Keef’s campaign for Chicago mayor is off to a fantastic start. After posting Rahm Emanuel’s phone number on Twitter (and refusing to delete it), he has some more choice words for his new political opponent.
Chief Keef has been making slight moves to change his notorious image and has attempted a pair of concerts aimed at quelling the gang violence in his native Chicago only to be shut down by police. Sosa, as he’s affectionately known, has made Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel a nemesis and has announced he’s running for the […]
Chief Keef is obviously in a world full of heart in the wake of the senseless murder of one his closet Glo Gang members, Capo. A day before the act of violence occurred in Chicago, the Almighty Sosa was in Los Angeles promoting his upcoming projects, Bang 3 and Cozart.
On July 11, yet another rapper in Chicago tragically lost their life. Marvin Carr, 21, best known as the rapper Capo from Chief Keef’s Glo Gang record label, was gunned down in on the 7700 block of South Kingston Avenue, according to report relayed to the Chicago Tribune from Officer Veejay Zala, a Chicago Police […]
The contents of Gucci Mane’s many external hard drives are the rapper’s personal Contra cheat code, giving him plenty ammo to remain relevant while behind bars.
Chief Keef Drops “Faneto (Remix)” ft. Lil Bibby, Lil Herb, & King Louie | Wired Tracks 4.2.15 [LISTEN]
Chief Keef orchestrates a posse cut of epic proportions on the “Faneto (Remix),” which features fellow Chicago rappers Lil Bibby, Lil Herb, and King Louie.
If you counted Chief Keef out for good, you may want to find that missing number. The Almighty Sosa has bounced back from getting dropped from Interscope and dropping wack records with Kanye West by brazenly jacking Lil Wayne’s trademarked phrase with his own, Sorry 4 The Weight mixtape.
Despite rumors that an ambush at the multiple hands of Chief Keef’s GBE clique left him in the fetal position, Migos’ Quavo has obviously survived to live another day. And talk sh*t about it on Instagram.
With Halloween just hours away, Chief Keef and Gucci Mane’s properly themed mixtape, Big Gucci Sosa, arrives on the Internets.
Welp. The Almighty Sosa a.k.a. Chief Keef is now label-less now that Interscope has treated his recording contract like toilet paper.