Tag: Chief Keef
Sosa’s not done turning up yet.
Fresh off the release of Bang 2 and Almighty So, Keef plans to drop one more project before the year’s end — Bang 3. The project doesn’t have solid release date just yet, but the official artwork can be found above.
Stay tuned for more details. Bang 3 coming soon.
Stream Fredo and Keef’s latest collaboration below and be sure to grab Trappin Ain’t Dead from iTunes.
Hey, it’s the weekend, so it’s only right that we give you Ballout and Keef’s interpretation of the weekend, and a song highlighting their favorite weekend activities.
If you didn’t already know, Ballout dropped a new album yesterday titled, Rookie Of The Year, which is available for purchase now. Get a preview of what to expect with “The Weekend” below.
This past Saturday night, TMZ caught up with Chief Keef at LAX before heading to kick off his rehab bid at an undisclosed location. Staying in trouble? That’s a thing of the past according to Sosa — he’s grown up or Glo’d up, as he would say.
Press play and see what Keef had to say above.
This has become a revolving door for Sosa. As soon as he gets out, the judge tosses him right back in. Just moments ago, Chief Keef was sent back to the big house for a probation violation. Keef hinted at this on his Instagram at 3:10pm (“In court Finna go to Jail Judge Wants to send me Back”), and DNAInfo was just confirmed it to be true. No word on what Keef was violated for.
The rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, appeared before a county judge in Skokie and was being transferred to the Cook County Jail Wednesday afternoon.
Update: Keef ordered to rehab by judge. Details below.
Shot and chopped by Zae.
After dropping a teaser a few days ago, Keef unloads his brand new visual. Produced by Year Beatz.
More new music from Keef is on the way and today, we get a quick preview of his latest visual titled “That’s It”. Check out the preview above and keep an eye out for the full video.
Keef is a free man yet again. After nine days in the can, Cook County released the rapper due to jail overcrowding — 11 days early. Let’s hope Keef’s release is permanent.
Keith Cozart, 18, walked out of the jail about 9 a.m., according to Cook County sheriff’s office spokeswoman Sophia Ansari.
He had been in jail since Oct. 15, when he was ordered to jail for 20 days after testing positive for marijuana. Cozart received one day’s credit from the sentencing judge, while receiving another 10 days credit for good behavior. That means he was behind bars 9 of the 20 days of his sentence.
Executively produced by Brandon Zehrer. Shot By @whoisnorthstar. Edited By @theewillharris.
While Keef sits on the sidelines for the time being, his promotional train continues to roll. Here we get some behind-the-scenes footage of “All Time,” the new single off Bang Pt. 2. Look for the full video coming soon.