Chicago knucklehead, Chief Keef, serves fans some new Lex Luger produced music titled, “Save Me.” The exclusive comes courtesy of DJ Hustlenomics. “Save Me” almost sounds like it could be a reference track as the song only really showcases a few bars from Keef. For the most part, Keef simply repeats the phrase “aye” as he rides the bouncy and hard-hitting instrumental. There’s a few mumbled bars in there somewhere about his chain, swishers, beef in the streets and dope consumption. Take listen if you’re into that sort of thing.
Chicago’s monotone knucklehead is back again with a new street anthem titled “Pull Up.” It’s what you have probably come to expect to hear now from Chief Keef. The young rapper does his thing over some ominous synths and trap style of percussion. This one’s all about the violence and threats as Keef promises his enemies he’ll have his boys “Pull Up” and put in that work. Apparently the song will be featured on Keef’s upcoming Bang 3 mixtape.
Chief Keef gets his flashy mumbling on in his latest visual for “That’s It.” Always one to occupy some type of mansion, Keef kicks back, smokes one and boasts about his lavish lifestyle. The young Chicago artist also uses the track as an opportunity to put his foot down and let all his women know he’s the boss and calling the shots. Boys will be boys.
It’s a Chief Keef takeover as the young Chicago bred rapper delivers his latest mixtape Almighty So and a new visual for “Chiefin’ Keef” featuring Tray Savage and Tadoe over the weekend. In Keef’s latest visual the rapper sticks to his familiar formula and can be seen partying it up with his crew as they perform in front of luxury vehicles. It’s apparent that at this point money, women, drugs and living lavish is all the rapper knows. Chief Keef’s Almighty So mixtape is now available for free download.
Chief Keef finally liberates his anticipated Almighty So mixtape for the listening pleasure of his fans. Hosted by DJ Scream, the 15-song project includes only two features and they’re both from GBE rapper Tadoe. Keef supporters can take a listen to the latest offering from the Chicago knucklehead by CLICKING HERE to download Almighty So.
Rapper Ballout delivers his latest music video for “Diamonds For Everyone” featuring Chicago knucklehead Chief Keef. Watch as the rappers live it up, celebrate their accomplishments in the game, drop cautionary bars about thirsty broads and of course get their shine on by rockin’ plenty of diamonds. Take a listen as Keef and Ballout go in over the bouncy instrumental, perform to the camera inside a mansion and sport luxury rides.
Packing heat and extended clips, Keef sends out lyrical warning shots at any one who would dare test the young Chicago native in his latest music video for “Ight Doe.” After just releasing a short preview for the visual, Chief Keef turns around and gives fans what they want and releases the video in its entirety courtesy of Zae productions. Take a look as Chief Keef performs to the camera with his loyal goons by his side and partakes in a blunt session while in the studio.
Chief Keef drops off a new short sneek peek with a trailer for his upcoming music video for “Ight Doe.” Strapped with a handgun and extended clip, watch as the young Chicago native performs to the camera and prepares the visual treatment to his latest song hard-hitting track. Though not exactly specified, fans could hope to see “Ight Doe” featured on Keef’s upcoming Almighty So mixtape which is set to release before the end of the year.
Chief Keef continues to drop push new material and this time the young rapper is back with a new music video for “Love No Thotties.” After sharing a short teaser earlier in the week, Keef delivers the visual in its entirety which finds the Chicago native venting his women frustrations through his iphone.