Tag: Chief Keef
Produced by Bezz Luciano
New Sosa. He’s fresh out of rehab, but he doesn’t care about rehab, therefore he says “F*ck Rehab.” Blood Money adds a few bars to this infections steel-drum-tinged new single from Keef’s forthcoming Interscope album as well. Middle fingers up.
It’s official. The first single from Keef’s sophomore Interscope album is going to be “Fuck Rehab.” Fresh out of rehabilitation for narcotics abuse, Keef sets out to shock the world yet again as he tosses his middle finger at the place where we resided much of last year.
Today we get the official artwork from the Glo Gang camp. When will we get to hear the song? I’m told very shortly. A video has also been shot for the single. Stay tuned.
Produced by Zaytoven and Cassius Jay
One of my favorite Sosa adlibs is his money machine noise. Admit it, you love it too. Well, he doesn’t necessarily bring that back on “Cashier,” but it does evoke that feeling.
This serves as a loosie from MuzikFene, DJ Genius and 3rdy Baby’s forthcoming mixtape Sour Diesel 11. Get rich to this.
Okay, are you keeping score at home? If not, you might want to get out a pencil to write all of this down because it’s getting a bit confusing. So due out in the coming weeks/months from Chief Keef are: Back From The Dead 2, Bang 3 and now Bang 4. Oh, and an album.
But Bang 4 is actually an EP, and supposed to come out prior to Bang 3. Because Bang 4 is the lead up EP to the Bang 3 album. Got it? You confused? We’ll put together a chart for you soon. Check out the cover art above.
A DJ Hustlenomics Exclusive
With 12 Hunna and Tarantino BSM on the beat, Boss Top grabs the Glo Gang chief, Chief Keef, for a brand new joint dedicated to the herbal arts. Puff, puff play. Check it out below and salute Hustlenomics for the look. Attention haters.
Boss Top’s At Yo Neck project is due out later this year via Savage Squad records.
This week, WTTW — Chicago’s PBS station — ran a rather in-depth segment on Chicago’s Drill music scene. The piece mainly focuses on Katie Got Bandz, but also speaks with Rhymefest, Larry Wilson of Lawless Inc. and Cease Fire.
The piece also touches on the influence of Lil Durk and Chief Keef.
Produced by Novacane
Ty and Keef team up for “No Hobby,” a new release from Ty Money’s forthcoming mixtape, Turn Up Ghod, hosted by DJ Victoriouz, DJ Bandz and DJ Twin. Dropping on March 3rd, the project is set to feature Sosa, King Louie and Cap 1.
They do this for real, no hobbies around here. Listen to them wax poetic below.
Billboard recently caught up with Keef in southern California for an interesting new interview, which impacted today. In the interview, Keef talks about his upcoming LP, his use of promethazine, how it affected his music and what it’s like to be in rehab. Peep an excerpt below:
“It’s like being locked up,” Chief Keef, 18, tells Billboard, in his first interview since he entered rehab. “And when I’m locked up, I don’t want anybody to come see me. I won’t let my family come here. I haven’t seen my 2-year-old daughter.”
Billboard also spoke with Interscope A&R Larry Jackson, who talked about Keef’s Finally Rich LP and the label fully supporting his new album. Read another excerpt below.