Chief Keef is free to roam the streets, make music, and continue to be a stereotypical representation of Chicago’s youth. Not to be hard on the guy, but Keith Cozart, is a walking stereotype, and now that he’s free, certain items should be on his list of priorities.
Chief Keef is going to be re-born a new person–as soon as he gets out of jail. The young rapper will get baptized upon the completion of his stint in custody for parole violation.
The plight of Chicago has been well documented. But with young faces like Chief Keef at the forefront of negative press, we as consumers of content sometimes forget that the subjects of criticism are just kids. Luckily, this interview with Young Chop courtesy will restore some of the humanity that often goes neglected in the Chi.
We’re not even a full month into 2013, but Chief Keef has been having one hell of a year. Only twelve months ago, Keef was a virtual unknown Chicago teen who would take the rap game by storm with just about everybody adding, “That’s that sh-t I don’t like,” to the end of their sentences.
So, Yasiin Bey has an ongoing Top 40 Underdog series, and forthcoming project. This is where we mention that the last drop was back in the spring. Nevertheless, today we get the latest installment with a tune called “I Don’t Like.”
Chief Keef is back in the news for yet another lapse of judgment. Two weeks ago it was reported that Keef had gained a new found outlook on life after a string of insensitive tweets regarding fellow Chicago rapper, Lil JoJo’s death, were posted to his Twitter page. He later denied posting the tweets stating he had […]
After Chief Keef threw gasoline and lit a match on the G.O.O.D. Music bridge that was built for him last week, Keef might have scorched another potential bridge with Young Money. Birdman had expressed a lot of interest in signing Chief Keef before he settled at Interscope Records, but it looks like he won’t be […]
Trey Songz isn’t slowing down for a day with Chapter V about to hit the stores in two weeks on August 21st. In this free record, Trigga tries to tackle the Young Chop-produced “I Don’t Like” record by Chief Keef and Lil Reese. This record probably won’t help Chief Keef’s popularity more than he’s already done himself, […]
Chief Keef was already bubbling on the Chicago streets thanks to some local hits but in particularly the Young Chop-produced anthem “I Don’t Like.” Of all places, a Gawker story raised his profile on the Internets but it was surely Kanye West remixing the song with a bunch of his G.O.O.D. Music cronies, and Jadakiss, that raised […]