To celebrate NBA Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving’s success in the NBA this year, Alife teamed up with Pepsi Max, the A$AP Mob, and French Montana for what should’ve been a crazy night. Unfortunately, Irving and the A$AP Mob were unable to attend. Chief Keef, however, came to the rescue and made a surprise performance. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
Chief Keef sits down with The Breakfast Club over at Power 105 to discuss his recent signing with Interscope, what his life is like now that he has obtained some financial security, and his upcoming projects, which include a mixtape that is soon to be released and an album that is in the works.
Interscope’s newest signee, Chief Keef, graced the Sob’s stage for his first ever performance in NY on Monday, June 25th.The event was hosted by Low Key and Hustle Simmons with music being provided by DJ Meka, Vic Lloyd and special guest DJ Funkmaster Flex. Special guests on the bill included Money Team, Black Dave, Sean Falyon, Tim Vocals, and Young Giftz. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
We just do our thing and the feds watch! “Monster” is the first track on Chief Keef’s Back From The Dead mixtape.
jGerson: My staff picks this week are sort of unordinary for me. Yes, I do have an affinity for underground hip-hop, but I never thought that I would be praising a Lecrae song. I’ve actually been vibing with Lecrae since he caught me off guard on “Live & Let Live,” and he didn’t’ let me down with his latest video, “Church Clothes” which you can view below. Read More