Tag: Chief Keef
Kanye West is very strict about his no tweet/no snitch policy, but sometimes things are just too good to keep quiet. A couple of hours ago, Sosa took to twitter to announce that he’s headed to Paris to work with Ye. Despite what the peanut gallery might say, the two artists appear to be on good terms and Keef is likely going to show up on Kanye’s forthcoming album.
Over the past few months, King Louie, Young Chop and now Chief Keef have ventured to Paris to work with Yeezy in some capacity. Perhaps Ye’s forthcoming still-untitled album is going to have a heavy Chicago influence? To let the rumor mill tell it, it will. Kanye does drill? We shall see.
Shot and chopped by Model Media Group.
GBE’s Ballout gets some assistance from Chief Keef for his new visual. 808 Mafia on the beat.
Directed by Zae. Produced by Southside, Sonny Digital & Metro Boomin’.
Sosa takes it back to the City of Angels for his latest drop, “Where He Get It”. Bang Pt. 2: The Mixtape coming soon.
Produced by Sonny Digital.
No sign of Sosa’s Bang Pt. 2, but a new track and visual from Keef is on the way. Thanks to Zae, you can find a preview of “Where He Get It” above. Look for the full video to impact soon.
Directed by Hi-Def. Produced Young Chop.
Director Hi-Def let’s loose the uncut and uncensored version of Keef’s “Kobe” clip. I guess the biggest change here is that Lil Reese is featured in this version. Rumor has it Interscope had him removed from the first cut. Things that make you go hmmm.
XXL’s Editor in Chief Vanessa Satten sat down with MTV to talk answer one of the most asked questions since XXL unveiled its 2013 Freshmen class — why was Chief Keef included as the ’11th Freshman’ and what does that mean? Well, the answers are finally here. According to Vanessa Satten, Keef was actually one of the first Freshmen picked.
“We locked Chief Keef down as one of the first Freshmen, and that was back in October,” she said before reminding fans that Keef’s six-day jail bid prevented him from being part of the shoot in New York City. “There was no album, there was no jail bid, there was no legal drama. So that happened after we locked him down.”
XXL’s Freshmen class for the 2013 edition of the Freshmen 10 cover leaked just a few hours ago and prompted XXL go ahead and unleash the official cover/list. The Windy had eight of it’s own as candidates for the cover, but Chief Keef made the ’13 class as ‘The 11th Freshman’. We’re not too sure how or why Keef earned the ‘The 11th Freshman’ spot, but XXL promises to elaborate in the coming days and weeks.
Sidenote: Guess XXL’s inclusion in the title of this video makes sense now, huh?
Update: Now with cover art. I guess since Keef was in jail they couldn’t shoot him?
Directed by DGainz
Gainz has been along for a good part of Chief Keef’s wild ride to success, and he’s chronicling Keef’s rise with a new series entitled Chief Keef: From Rags To Riches. Here we have part two.
Part one is right here if you missed it.
No, this isn’t a documentary chronicling the first day of Keef’s release, but instead a trailer for a video and song filmed and recorded on Keef’s first day out. Hence the title. Make sense, don’t it?
Bang Pt. 2 coming soon.