Tag: Chief Keef
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.
Straight out of the vaults comes some vintage goodness from our homie DJ Kenn. This unreleased Blood Money track (featuring Keef on the outro talking shit at only 14 years old) was recorded back in 2009 and has yet to see the light of day. That is until today, when Kenn decided to blow the dust off it and share it with the world.
As I mentioned, it features a 14-year-old Keef, with the late great Blood Money doing most of the heavy lifting on the vocals. Kenn handles production with a slick flip of Rick Ross’ breakout hit, “Hustlin.” You didn’t know these guys go back? Yeah, they’ve been doing this a lot longer than you think. Listen to their hustle music below.
Okay, so this leak is pretty much 1-800-Collect dial-up tin-can quality, but hey, it’s Sosa and Hendrix. Any quality is better than no quality, and no quality is better than yo quality.
Anyhoo, check out this very low q release of Keef’s new single featuring Future, “Who Would’ve Thought.” It’s below, so jump down now to check it out. This sounds big, but we just need to hear the final, mixed version to fully make that call.
Produced by Hurtboy AG
It’s Thanksgiving, and guess who’s coming over to your Mom’s house for a plate? Fredo and Keef, that’s who. Better make sure you leave some food for them, as today they come bearing gifts: brand new music. This is the first shot from their upcoming mixtape — and it’s not pumpkin pie.
On Glovember 28th, Chief Keef drops his latest mixtape of 2014, Mansion Musick. The project is primarily produced by Young Chop and Chief Keef, with assistance from Metro Boomin, Trap Money Benny and KE on the Track.
Tonight we get the official cover art and track list. 21 new tracks which will be ready for consumption on Black Friday. See you then.
A new Glo Gang posse cut, spearheaded by Ballout.
Ballin’ No NBA Pt. 2 coming soon.