Tag: Chief Keef
More new music from Sosa. This time around, Keef joins Guwop and Longway Longway on track six from Mike Will Made-It’s Ransom LP that hits iTunes tomorrow.
Solid joint from Gucci, Sosa and Longway. Give “Stop Start” a listen below.
Produced by 12 Million and Kanye West.
The highly-anticipated collaboration from Keef and ‘Ye and title track from Keef’s upcoming album, Nobody, is finally here and can be streamed below. 12 Million a.k.a. 12 Hunna keeps it classic with the Willie Hutch flip here. Nobody: The Album hits iTunes tomorrow (12/16). Until then, listen to “Nobody” below.
Directed by Twin City CEO
You think they F with you? No, the answer is no. They don’t. Here Chief Keef and J’lynn don’t want to be bothered by the likes of you.
Produced by Will-A-Fool.
After a low-fi version impacted earlier this month, the CDQ/HQ version of Sosa and Future Hendrix’s “Who Would’ve Thought” is finally here. I’m not too sure where this joint is going to end up if anywhere, but you can grab it below. Keef’s newest project, Nobody, drops December 16th.
Maturity comes with age and experience. And Chief Keef is showing much growth this week by not only squashing his alleged beef with the Migos, but also burying the hatchet with longtime rival and onetime friend King Louie and the MUBU Gang.
Details are scarce at this time, but as you can tell from the pictures above (with King Louie) and below (Bighomie DOE), both sides are on speaking terms and moving forward. Thankfully. Petty beefs should be put to bed — and it’s better to live in peace than in turmoil. Follow their lead, it’s worth it in the long run.
Good news for the Sosa fans out there: Chief Keef’s Nobody LP is due out next Tuesday (12/16) and is currently available for pre-order on iTunes. The album is track tracks deep and includes guest spots from Tadoe and Kanye West — that’s right, you’ll be hearing Keef and Kanye’s newest collaboration in just a matter of days.
Check out the official artwork above and hit the jump to peep the full track list.
Chief Keef and Glo Gang have been at odds over the past year or so, but thankfully cooler heads have prevailed in their beef, as last night Chief Keef and Tadoe met up with the Quavo, Takeoff and Offset at an undisclosed location. While we’re not sure what was exactly said or discussed, it does appear that both parties left on good terms.
This pic reminds me of the Jadakiss and Beanie Sigel flick that was taken when those two emcees called a truce well over a decade ago. Too bad the pic is nowhere to be found on the internets. But salute to Glo and Migos as this could’ve turned ugly.
Words by Ty Howard (@someguynamedty)
Chief Keef has been flooding the e-streets with new music since the beginning of 2014 and it doesn’t look like he’s going to stop anytime soon. Aside from the countless loosies that Keef has dropped, he also served up his Back From The Dead 2 mixtape and plans to drop at least three more projects by early 2015.
You could’ve easily blinked and missed two or three joints from Sosa this year, but there’s no need to worry — I got you covered.