Tag: Chief Keef
WGN is reporting that a bench warrant has been issued for Chief Keef over another missed court appearance, stemming form a DUI charge from last March.
Rapper Chief Keef is in more trouble with the law. A Lake County judge ordered a $50,000 bench warrant after the rapper failed to appear at a pretrial hearing on DUI charges.
The hip-hop musician, whose real name is Keith Cozart, missed a pretrial hearing in Highland Park, where he’s accused of driving under the influence of marijuana last march.
It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like OTF and GBE have finally made amends. The beef between the two camps started well over a year ago, and boiled over into the music. But tonight it appears cooler heads prevailed, as Lil Durk took to Twitter to announce the two factions are back on peaceful speaking terms — which is great news not only for the music’s sake, but to inspire others to seek peace as well. We hope it’s contagious. From the looks of things, Sly Polaroid played a big part in bringing the two sides together.
Fredo Santana also confirmed the burying of the hatchet, but we’ve yet to hear from Chief Keef. Check out Fredo and Lil Durk’s tweets below.
As the release date for Bang 3 rapidly approaches, Keef continues to get itchy with letting his fans hear the finished product. And just last night he took to IG to give the world a sneak peek of “Nobody” his long-awaited and highly anticipated joint with Kanye To The.
The result? Well, from the few second preview it sounds like Yeezus and Keef are taking us back to 808s & Heartbreak. Can’t wait to hear the finished result. Check out a preview below.
Directed by Twin City CEO
It’s Friday, so you know what that means: it’s time to Glo Up. So get your daily dose of Glo with this new Keefer Sutherland clip. Don’t be fooled, “Fool Ya” is no joke. The only thing funny is Keef’s laugh to the bank (HAUHAUHAU). Check out the latest visual above.
Shot and chopped by Nick Brazinsky.
Last night, Keef and the Glo Gang took over The Attic in L.A. for Keef’s 19th birthday bash. The show marked Keef’s first headlining performance this year and was streamed live for those who couldn’t attend physically.
Check out a quick clip of what went down above. Bang 3 coming soon.
Update: Adrienne Samuels Gibbs from the Sun-Times was on had last night. Read her rundown here.
Check out his birthday cake below…
Here is some additional behind the scenes footage from Keef and Rocky’s upcoming collabo video for “Superheroes.” Bang 3 due out soon.
A few days ago we got a glimpse of what seems to be the official cover art for Keef’s long-awaited album/mixtape Bang 3. But we see artwork from Keef all the time, right? Well, then he let a mock track list trickle out. So it seemed more and more to be a reality. However, in the early hours of the morning, we got more confirmation as pics and video from his video shoot for “Superheroes” featuring A$AP Rocky began to surface. With his Interscope A&R on the set, no less. So yes, this thing looks to be a reality.
Want to see what went down at the shoot? Hit the jump for some ‘on the set’ pics, including some video as well as the Bang 3 cover. We’ve also included a snippet of “Superheroes,” so you can get excited for what’s to come.
Directed by Northstar. Produced by DP.
After previewing it earlier the year, Keef decides to unleash the full video for “TEC” featuring Tadoe. Bang 3 coming soon — seriously.
Produced by C-Sick
T cuts loose a bonus track from his forthcoming album, The Dark Horse, due out August 12th. And I know what you’re thinking: a collab with Keef and Stunt T a bonus track? But yes, it’s that serious. A friend of Twista is a friend of mine, so head below to see what they cooked up.
Shouts to DJ Smallz for the track. Grab his Southern Smoke project dropping later today.
Update: Now with CDQ/NO DJ version.
The courts are on Keef’s ass yet again — this time for his ongoing child support case. Per the Chicago Tribune, a Cook County judge issued a warrant for his arrest this morning after Keef failed to appear in court.
A warrant for the arrest of Chief Keef was issued today by a Cook County judge after the rapper failed to appear in court on a child support case.
Judge Maureen Patricia Feerick issued the warrant for Chief Keef, whose real name is Keith Cozart, after he did not show up for a hearing on alleged back child support for his 17-month-old child.
The state’s attorney’s office filed a petition last month alleging that Chief Keef owed more than $10,000 in back child support.