Tag: Chief Keef
Well, this is interesting.
Keef tweeted earlier this morning about a collaboration with Lady Gaga, only to delete it quickly after. Luckily, a Reddit user was able to snag a screenshot of the tweet. There have been rumors of the two Interscope artists recording together since their Twitter exchange (and Gaga’s Instagram posts of herself listening to “3 Hunna”) late last year and it looks like those rumors were indeed true.
Hopefully, we get to hear whatever Keef and Gaga have put together. Spotted here.
Directed by Northstar.
More new music from Keef. This time around, we get the official video for “Close That Door”. Izze The Producer on the beat. Bang 3 drops June 10th.
Produced by Lex Luger.
If you’ve been waiting on a tagless version of Sosa’s Katy Perry-sampling “Save Me”, then the wait is over. The track just hit iTunes as a single, so now you can hear the record sans DJ Hustlenomics’ tags. We’re still not sure where this joint will land, but word has it that Bang 3: The Album will finally be released in June.
Stream the iTunes version of “Save Me” below and be sure to cop it on iTunes.
Last week’s episode of CNN’s new original series, Chicagoland, heavily featured Chance The Rapper and highlighted Chicago’s burgeoning hip-hop scene. However this week, the series takes a different turn and focuses its attention on Chief Keef, his rise to fame, and the conflict with the late Lil Jo Jo. A preview of tonight’s episode can now be seen above.
Produced by Young Chop
Chop has teased us with this record for like 6-7 months now, and today he finally feeds the beast. The long-awaited collabo from Chopper, Keef and Reesie is finally here. Bang this while you “Bang Like Chop.” **money machine noise**
Details on yesterday’s alleged shooting at Chief Keef’s house (or Chief Keef’s manager Dro’s house) are still pretty scarce, but the Chicago Tribune followed up this morning with some additional details. First, sources claim Keef was not a witness to the shooting, and in fact sat shotgun as the victim was driven to the hospital.
Chief Keef, whose real name is Keith Cozart, was a passenger in the vehicle that dropped off the shooting victim at NorthShore Skokie Hospital overnight, according to the rapper’s lawyer, Leah Starkman.
Her client was questioned in connection with the shooting on Wednesday at the Northfield police station, she said. Starkman didn’t know the circumstances of the shooting, but insisted the rapper wasn’t involved.
“He wasn’t even a witness,” she said. “He didn’t see anything.”
When asked how Chief Keef knew the victim, Starkman said the victim was “some sort of acquaintance.”
Authorities earlier reported that the person was recovering in the ICU at NorthShore Skokie Hospital and later said the person is in stable condition.