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.
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.
Is there such thing as too much music videos? Hell no, according to Rick Ross and his Maybach crew.
Although Chief Keef is back under the thumb of “the man” after violating his probation, his rapper peers are still paying homage to the youngster with “Love Sosa.”
Meek Mill tore it down at Power 106’s annual Cali Christmas concert in Southern California Friday (Dec. 14), clocking another great performance as his year comes to a close. He spoke with Hip-Hop Wired about taking the stage, and showed love to other artists in the game. “It felt good to be in Cali turning […]
These b**ches love Sosa, but they must love money just a tad bit more.
Chief Keef will release his debut album, Finally Rich, on Glory Boyz Entertainment/Interscope Records December 18th.
Like it or not, Chief Keef has fans in high places. The Chicago teen has made more headlines for his antics than his music lately, but his latest track “Love Sosa” might be the change in tide that he needs. Aside from receiving more than a million plays on YouTube in two days, he can […]
After a preview earlier this month, Chief Keef finally releases the full visual treatment for “Love Sosa.” Frequent collaborator Young Chop handled production duties on the high-energy track. Director DG Films captured the Chicago rapper in his natural element of mobbing out with his GBE clique.