Let freedom ring. Now that Sosa completed his two months, he was released from the Illinois Youth Center yesterday and embraced by family and friends. The streets is watching—and the police.
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Aw shit, now it’s really over. After serving two months, Keef is set to be released from the Illinois Youth Center today and welcomes himself home in his new video off his upcoming Bang Pt. 2 tape.
Chief Keef was tearful today as he was sentenced to two months in a juvenile detention facility. The 17-year-old was found guilty of violating his probation thanks to the good folks at Pitchfork. Before being taken away, he told
Chief was taken into custody today following a probation violation. The charge stems from when the geniuses at Pitchfork sent him to a gun range
While making their rounds throughout NY, Red Cafe and company endorse the lavishing Italian brand for his new video off the American Psycho mixtape.
Chief Keef is a terrible rapper. After signing to Interscope in June, he released his debut Finally Rich six months later. Aside from Young Chop’s production (“Love Sosa”, “I Don’t Like” ) Finally Rich is sonically bankrupt. Throughout the project, Keef’s incoherent (“Kay Kay”, “Laughin To The Bank”) and incomprehensible (“No Tomorrow”, “Understand Me”, “Citgo”). When he’s not not rapping in fragments (“Hate Bein’ Sober”), the closest he comes to articulating a sentence is on the title track, “Finally Rich”. Money can’t buy […]
While the verdict is still out on Chief Keef, it’s unanimous that his producer Young Chop is packing some heat. Thanks to intimidating 808s and meager pianos, Keef’s “I Don’t Like” became a runaway hit. Kanye West and his G.O.O.D. Music familia even flipped the track as a single to their Cruel Summer compilation. Chop didn’t like ‘Ye revamping his production, but it actually turned out better than the original. Bang, bang. Previously: #5 Rico Beats “Exodus 23:1” l #4 Salaam Remi “Queens […]