A new Chief Keef project has arrived. After sharing a trio of tracks “Chicago Zoo,” “Get Your Mind Right,” and “Who Dat” last week, Sosa returns with Finally Rolling 2 — his long-gestating new mixtape — as promised. The new mixtape features eighteen tracks and finds Keef rapping over Future and Drake’s smash hit “Where Ya At,” Lil Wayne and Birdman’s “Stuntin’ Like My Daddy” (which is “Stuntin Like My Mama” on Finally Rolling 2), and much more. Stream and download Chief Keef’s Finally Rolling 2 after the jump.
Chief Keef knows how to tease his fans. Earlier in the week, he assured fans that a new project is on the way, and that — to prove it — he’d be dropping new music every day until its release date: November 14th. That’s this Saturday. And as promised, today he’s returned with a healthy selection of music from his forthcoming project, titled “Chicago Zoo”, “Get Your Mind Right” and “Who Dat”. Each track is said to be appearing on his forthcoming Finally Rolling 2 project. Check ’em out after the jump!
Chief Keef recently dropped the first half of his long-awaited Bang 3 project but before he shares the second part of it he’s giving away a freebie in “Young & Reckless,” featuring fellow Chicagoan Lil Durk. Listen to “Young & Reckless” after the jump.
Chief Keef’s older cousin and fellow rapper Blood Money was tragically shot and killed last year and although his killers have been apprehended, the hurt is clearly still there. Keef, who recently announced the release of The Cozart, his forthcoming album, is sharing “Ain’t Missing You” — a tribute to his fallen Glo Gang cousin. And while the track has all of the usual Chief Keef trademarks (autotune, crooning, non sequiturs, weird ad libs, etc.) it’s got the heart that was maybe lacking in his previous work. Check out Chief Keef’s “Ain’t Missing You” after the jump.
Ugh, by the looks of it Andy Milonakis will never leave rap music alone. Here, the comedian (because calling him a rapper would be an insult to the culture) links up with the always exciting and unpredictable, Chief Keef. This is the first we’ve heard from Keef in a while and judging from this lame collaboration I hope that his next outing is better than this one. Check out Chief Keef and Andy Milonakis’ “Runnin'” after the jump.
Chicago’s best young talent teams up on Chief Keef’s “Faneto” remix. DJ Pharris brings together Sosa, Lil Bibby, Lil Herb and King Louie for the seven minute “Faneto” remix. Who do ya’ll think had the best verse overall? Check it out after the jump.
In case you haven’t heard, 2015 kicked off with the return of Harlem’s beloved Dipset. The group dropped a stellar cut in “Have My Money” and followed that up with their “Victory” freestyle, which is equally dope. Their return has sparked some nostalgia and that’s all gravy because we here at iHipHop often find ourselves reminiscing about simpler times. Chief Keef, who was probably no more than eight years old when Dipset dropped their iconic Diplomatic Immunity record, is nevertheless paying tribute to the supergroup. Keef has dropped a track entitled “Dipset.” The tribute to Cam and company is set to appear on Keef’s upcoming DJ Holiday-hosted Dedication mixtape. Check it out after the jump!
Lil Durk and Chief Keef were cool. Then they were beefing. And now it looks like things are cool again. That’s a good thing, I suppose. The two have teamed up for “Decline” which is also produced by Chiraq drill impresario Young Chop. Listen to “Decline” after the jump.
There’s never a shortage of Chief Keef music and with “Voodoo” he adds another one to his ever-growing catalog of work. On “Voodoo” Sosa teams up with producer KC Da Beatmonster where he raps without ever catching his breath. It’s strange, which by now is commonplace for Keef, and definitely worth a listen. Listen to “Voodoo” after the jump.
Chief Keef links up with his older cousin and fellow Chicagoan Fredo Santana for a new collaborative track. It’s been a hot minute since these two were on a track together but they’re back with “Bodies on the Ground” a HurtboyAG production. Listen after the jump.