Tag: Chief Keef
Lil Reese is currently hard at work in the lab, putting the finishing touches on his Massacre project, and tonight he decided to bless his fans with some new heat out of the blue. This one is a hot-off-the-press joint alongside his comrade Chief Keef, and is the official remix of “N**** Wat.” Hope you weren’t asleep for this one, as Reese just made your nightmares come true. Wat!
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Bandman Kevo’s “Baller In Me” has without a doubt been making noise in the streets over the past few months, and today they poor gasoline on it as Keef jumps on the remix. The streets are now on fire. Ball ’til you fall below.
MTV got the green light to premiere Gucci’s new single from his forthcoming Trap House 4 LP and it features a guest verse from Mr. 1017 Glo Gang himself, Chief Keef.
The single should be on iTunes any minute now, but you can listen below thanks to RX. Mike Will Made It, Guwop and Sosa slayed it.
Shot and chopped by Northstar. Produced by The Brain.
The Glo Gang rolls as the ‘Gucci Gang’ in Sosa’s latest clip, featuring Tadoe and Justo a.k.a. Jusglo.
Chief Keef was scheduled to perform this Saturday at Cicero’s Olympic Theatre, but it appears that there’s been a change of plans. The Chicago Tribune is reporting that Cicero police and the director of the theatre have cancelled Keef’s headlining performance amid security concerns.
Well, Keef’s time in Highland Park is on ice — for now at least. According to the Red Eye, Keef has been evicted from his sprawling Highland Park mansion. However, the landlord and owner of the house, Bal K. Bansal, said Keef was a model tenant and wasn’t evicted. But the Lake County Sheriff’s office says otherwise:
Chief Keef, the rapper whose real name is Keith Cozart, is being evicted from his Highland Park home this morning, according to officers with the Lake County Sheriff’s office.
Officers with the sheriff’s department searched the house today. The owner of the home, Bal K. Bansal, denied he was evicting Cozart and said he’d been a good tenant.
“This is mutual,” Bansal said. “It is not an eviction.”
But officers on the scene confirmed Cozart was being evicted. At a May 7 court hearing, an order for forcible entry and detainer was filed, marking the culmination of an eviction process that began back in February. By March, Cozart had fallen behind on rent payments by about $30,000 before reaching an agreement to pay the full amount by April 20, according to court documents.
Produced by Eskay Beats.
Something new/previously unreleased from Keef, who says he’s finishing up his Bang 3 LP very soon. No word on if this new record will land on the album, but hopefully we’ll find out soon.
That fufu lame ish? Keef isn’t with it. Listen to “SHIFU” below.
On June 17, 2014, film and production company Hip-Hop Junkies, are planning to drop a documentary about Chief Keef’s mother, Lolita Carter, who they’ve deemed O.G. Sosa. Today they released a trailer for the doc, and the official press release for the film. It chronicles her journey from growing up in Chicago, to her son becoming one of the hottest acts in the music industry. Not sure if Sosa approves or not, but you can check out the full press release below.