Tag: Chief Keef
Trappin’ ain’t dead.
Something new from Keef and Shawty Lo, via Lo’s new King Of Bankhead mixtape. This joint is just one of two that these two cooked up together and has been in the stash until now.
Grab “Trap” below and remember: Keef’s Back From The Dead 2 mixtape and his collaborative project with Gucci Mane, Big Gucci Sosa, are both available now.
Today belongs to Keef — there’s no doubt about that. First he dropped his collabo project with mentor Gucci Mane, and now his long-awaited mixtape, Back From The Dead 2, is available for stream. How does it hold up to the first version? Well, hit the jump to see for yourself.
Halloween on wax.
Happy Halloween. It’s here. Be frightened.
An interesting take on Keef’s departure from Interscope from his long-time producer, Young Chop. Chop defends Keef and says he actually recouped on the album, and Keef is one of the smartest people he’s met in his life.
Chop’s new album, Still, is available on iTunes now. As is Keef’s Back From The Dead 2.
Sure, Gucci Mane is behind bars (no Slick Rick), and Keef just dropped BFTD2 today (via iTunes), but that doesn’t mean we won’t get the Polar Bear La’Flare + Sosa mixtape, Big Gucci Sosa, tomorrow. If the Halloween-inspired cover is telling, will receive it before tomorrow? I don’t know for sure, but stranger things have happened. At least this mixtape looks to be a reality, so let’s see if it makes this season even scarier. Freddie vs. Jason? Nah homie, Keef vs. Gooch.
Previously: Chief Keef f/ Gucci Mane – Paper
Produced by Purps.
Something new from Keef and Gucci, lifted from Keef’s Back From The Dead 2 project. Paper problems? Not for these two.
Back From The Dead 2 is’t scheduled to drop until tomorrow, but the tagless version is available on iTunes now. Gucci and Keef’s Big Gucci Sosa project is also on the way, so stay tuned for more from Keef and ‘Wop.
Damn. AllHipHop is reporting that Chief Keef has been quietly released from his Interscope Records recording contract. If you remember correctly, Keef was inked to a very lucrative multi-million dollar deal two years ago that resulted in one album, Finally Rich, which has since moved under 200,000 units.
AHH says Interscope and the Glo Gang crew couldn’t come to terms on an album, and felt the artist was too much of a liability to deal with. They claim his move to Los Angeles was the final straw.
I can’t say I didn’t see this coming, however. I think staying indie is the best option for Keef at this point. Then he can be free to make the type of music he wants, clear of restrictions and major label appeasement.
Click below to read the AHH piece:
Produced by Da Brain
Keef and Tyga connect for a brand new joint called “Now & Later” — and no, it has nothing to do with the delicious candy of the same name. This is just a high profile loosie from his forthcoming Thot Breaker album, due out on Valentines Day, marking his fourth mixtape slated for release in as many months. I think, at least. I can’t keep up.
I think Guwop and Keef are ready to get their pimp on.
Gucci’s Trap God 3 album is set to hit iTunes tomorrow, but we don’t have to wait until then to hear his latest collaboration with Chief Keef. Honorable C.N.O.T.E. on the beat.
This joint should hold you over until Keef and Gucci’s Big Bucci Sosa impacts in the near future. Until then, listen to “Start Pimpin” below.