Holy moly, Keef took a turn on this one. For real, this is not what you’re expecting from The Cozart. It’s like he’s flipped an 80s joint and went pop — a total u-turn from the type of records he’s been dropping over the past few years. It might even have a country twist in there. I’m not mad at this at all, and in fact, I’m really messing with the direction here. Keef ain’t missing you at all. Unless you’re Blood Money, of course.
Check out Keef gone pop below. This is allegedly the first single from his new album due out on FilmOn Music.Andrew Barber 1
Live snippet after live snippet of Chief Keef Mozart’s “Zero To Two Fifty” made rounds on the net since Keef first debuted the record at his birthday concert in Los Angeles almost a year ago, but it’s time to send those to the recycle bin as the official version is finally here.
DP Beats, who produced the track, decided to go ahead and liberate the official version of the long-awaited song via his new Trap Lord DP mixtape. Better late than never, right? Grab “Zero To Two Fifty” below.Ty Howard 0
Produced by Chop Squad DJ
The Cozart either has a leaky faucet, or just cuts these records loose whenever he feels like it. And he’s done just that with “Type of N****” — a new one featuring his Glo Gang compadre, Benji Glo. Yes, another day, another Keef. Yeah, he’s that type of guy. Find out why below.
Update: This record is actually from Benji Glo’s No Sight No Fear mixtape, which dropped a few days ago. Stream and download the full mixtape here.Andrew Barber 0