Tag: Chief Keef
Shot and chopped by Zae.
What time is it? According to Keef, it’s macaroni time. Bang Pt. 2 coming soon.
MTV’s Rap Fix crashed the set of Keef and Gucci’s “Darker” video shoot this past weekend in ATL. They grabbed some behind-the-scenes footage as well as some other exclusive info. Press play to see how it all went down.
Another hiccup for Keef. Apparently last night, while down in Atlanta working with his Brick Squad brethren, Keef was pinched by the Georgia PD. TMZ just broke the story and reports it was due to “allegedly smoking weed at a fancy hotel.”
After Keef’s subsequent release he tweeted” “Jus Got Out Of Dekalb County jail In Atlanta Mad As f**k.” We’ll keep you posted of anymore breaking news.
Update: Now with the 911 call of the security guard calling to report Keef. Below.
Shot and chopped by Zae.
GBE’s Capo and Chief Keef connect for “Hate Me”. Don’t hate, press play.
Yesterday, Keef hit the ATL to link with Gucci Mane and shot the official video for their collaboration “Darker”. The track marks Gucci and Sosa’s first collaboration since Keef joined Gucci’s 1017 Bricksquad crew and will be included on Gucci’s forthcoming Traphouse 3 LP.
Expect the SpiffTV-helmed visual to impact in the coming weeks. Until then, check out more flicks from the set below.
Produced by 808 Mafia.
After breaking news that Keef had joined forces with Gucci Mane’s Bricksquad collective yesterday, Gucci returns tonight with “Darker” featuring none other than Sosa. This joint is the second official offering from Gucci’s Trap House 3 project, due out this summer. Check it out below.
In a move that no one saw coming (at least we didn’t), Chief Keef has aligned with Gucci Mane to be a part of Gucci’s 1017 Brick Squad crew. As you know, Keef has his own label/crew, GBE, but it appears these two factions are joining forces to form the 1017 Glo Gang.
It doesn’t appear that any paperwork has been signed, and this deal looks more like an allegiance thing, but it will be interesting to see/hear what Gucci and Keef can cook up. Their careers do share many parallels.
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The three pillars of Chicago’s street rap scene, King Louie, Chief Keef and Lil Durk, have embarked on a small tour of sorts, entitled the Windy City Drift Tour. These three musketeers will be hitting select markets in the state and across the Midwest, and their first stop was Champaign, IL to rock for the students of U of I.
With GBE, OTF and the MUBU Gang all in the same place at the same time, things were sure to get interesting. Check out what you missed above.
A DJ Hustlenomics exclusive.
As Keef preps the release of Bang Pt. 2, he’s decided to unleash a new joint entitled “Bankroll.” GBE cohort Tadoe assists with a verse. On “Bankroll” Keef and Tadoe expound on their favorite topic, and that’s checking cheddar. Help ‘em count their knot below.