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.

Migos and Chief Keef’s collective GBE have been in bad blood for some time now. An incident back in December where GBE’s Capo came to Keef’s defense in a Twitter exchange with Migos prompted diss records from both Migos and GBE.

Chief Keef is officially in the marijuana business. But don’t worry, it’s all legitimate (hopefully, speaking).

We usually don’t do “previews” but this one is sort of major. Chief Keef took to Instagram to preview that Kanye West collaboration that’s been in discussion since early in the year called “Nobody.”

Chief Keef may be the most identifiable face, but producer Young Chop is quietly the most integral piece of Chicago’s Glory Boyz Entertainment. That said, the beatsmith masterminded a single titled “Bang Like Chop,” featuring the aforementioned rapper and Lil’ Reese, from his project releasing in the coming weeks.

Chicago’s Chief Keef and others helped to usher in a new sound known as “Drill,” creating a mystique that somehow connected the menacing music with the city’s rising crime rates. In a profile piece from Playboy, the “Chiraq” Hip-Hop scene is examined through the eyes and experiences of some of the scene’s top acts.

Today, Noisey rolled out episode two of their six-part Chiraq documentary series. This time around, we see the infamous Chief Keef and his GBE (Glory Boyz Entertainment) clique, as well as some other bubbling Chicago crews.

Fredo Santana has easily been the most omnipresent GBE member in recent months. Expect his allure to only rise due to this new cut from his upcoming Trappin’ Ain’t Dead mixtape called “Jealous,” featuring Kendrick Lamar.

By now, you know that all Chief Keef needs to shoot a visual is a willing cameraman and an open space. With all of his needs in place, the prolific rapper returns with a small screen adaptation for his new track, “Ight Doe.”

Chicago’s own Lil Reese returns with his highly anticipated Supa Savage mixtape. Like always, listeners can expect a full-length offering of hard hitting street anthems featuring his GBE clique.

Lil Reese reps for his GBE affiliates in a visual for his hard hitter, “I Need That.” The young rapper sticks to his Chicago stomping grounds, or more particularly, what looks like an abandoned building.

When he’s not busy getting arrested by the cops and telling them he’s a gangster, Lil Reese is still a rapper. The Chicago product drops a video for “Wassup,” featuring his GBE brethren Fredo Santana and Lil Durk.