Chief Keef News

Chief Keef's Tweet Leaves Three People Homeless
Chief Keef's Tweet Leaves Three People Homeless Feb 5, 2016 at 11:11am
Last week, Chicago rapper Chief Keef sent out a tweet (since deleted) asking fans to "throw eggs and shit in a bag and rocks and all that" at a specific house in Minneapolis. He never explained the tweet, and even though it was deleted, cops still showed up to monitor the house and make sure nothing happened.
Chief Keef Asks Twitter Followers To Throw Eggs At Minneapolis Home, Police Intervene
Chief Keef Asks Twitter Followers To Throw Eggs At Minneapolis Home, Police Intervene Jan 31, 2016 at 04:35pm
We're not sure what to make of this one. On Friday, for reasons unknown, Chief Keef posted an address to a Minneapolis home on Twitter, asking his followers to "throw eggs and shit in a bag and rocks and all that at this address Ima repost it".The tweet soon caught the attention of the three women who live in the house, who subsequently called the police. According to the residents, who have been living at that address for over a year as they attend college, they have no connection to Keef, and have no idea why they've been targeted.
Chief Keef's Label Is Suing His Manager And Producers For Millions
Chief Keef's Label Is Suing His Manager And Producers For Millions Dec 22, 2015 at 07:42pm
Last month, Chief Keef was suspended by his label FilmOn. Now the label has filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Keef's manager, Idris "Peeda Pan" Abdul Wahid, and several of his producers, including Zaytoven‚Äč, Metro Boomin, Sonny Digital, reports Billboard.
Stream Chief Keef's New Album "Nobody 2"
Stream Chief Keef's New Album "Nobody 2" Dec 10, 2015 at 08:10pm
Well here’s another unexpected treat for fans this week. Out of nowhere, Chief Keef decides to come through and release a new album on iTunes today called Nobody 2.
Most Searched Artists On HNHH Of 2015
Most Searched Artists On HNHH Of 2015 Dec 9, 2015 at 12:10pm
We kicked off our annual year-end segments with the first part of Hottest 50 Songs of 2015. While you wait for the next two parts, we're releasing our list of the top 10 Most Searched Artists on the site over the past year. 
Chief Keef Reportedly Suspended By His Label
Chief Keef Reportedly Suspended By His Label Nov 29, 2015 at 11:38am
Much of the recent Chief Keef news have involved his label FilmOnTV on account of their attempts to stage a Chief Keef hologram concert. So it continues: FilmOnTV has suspended Keef for poor decision making.
Top Tracks: November 16 - November 22
Top Tracks: November 16 - November 22 Nov 23, 2015 at 06:21pm
There weren't too many big releases this past week, unless you're an Adele fan, but we've got heat coming in December from guys like Curren$y and G-Eazy, who both shared new singles off their upcoming albums. This week's Top 10 also includes two tracks off the soundtrack to "Creed," which will hit theaters on November 25, and three new tracks from Thugger, who is currently prepping his fourth project of the year, Hi-Tunes, his debut album. 
Lil Durk Apparently Declined To Spit A Verse On Chief Keef's "Don't Like"
Lil Durk Apparently Declined To Spit A Verse On Chief Keef's "Don't Like" Nov 18, 2015 at 12:08pm
Lil Durk's career has turned out pretty swimmingly, but it's possible that he could be an even bigger star at the moment, if he opted to rap a verse on Chief Keef's seminal 2012 drill anthem "Don't Like." In a new interview with HNHH, Young Chop described how "Don't Like" came together. The people in the room at the time were Durk, Chop, and Keef. Keef was writing furiously to the beat Chop had just played him. Lil Reese was on his way to join them.
Behind The Beat: Young Chop
Behind The Beat: Young Chop Nov 18, 2015 at 10:49am
It's been three and half years since Chief Keef dropped "Don't Like," produced by Young Chop. Although "Don't Like" remains the defining song of the Chicago drill scene, much has changed for Chop -- he has produced for dozens of artists, and he started his own label Chop Squad Records. Oh, and he raps.
Silly Sosa: 14 Projects Chief Keef Still Hasn't Released
Silly Sosa: 14 Projects Chief Keef Still Hasn't Released Nov 12, 2015 at 06:21pm
It's somewhat ironic. Chief Keef gives us so much music on a weekly basis, yet he owes us just as much. How is this possible? Well, he either has a terrible memory, or he is naturally bad at keeping promises.  The fact is this: in the past two years, Chief Keef has announced over a dozen projects that still haven't been released online. These may include solo albums, mixtapes, EPs, or joint projects with other artists. 
Chief Keef Is Dropping Two Mixtapes This Week
Chief Keef Is Dropping Two Mixtapes This Week Nov 11, 2015 at 10:54am
Chief Keef has dropped 11 songs in the past two weeks, a very Keef-esque thing of him to do. They are not just loose singles, but rather advance releases from  Back From The Dead 3 and Finally Rollin 2, which he recently announced would drop at the end of this week.  "FR2 Dropping 11/14 BFTD3 Dropping Friday 13th this month So that’s two tapes! Ima jus give them to y’all so y’all can know I’m sh*tting!"
Chief Keef To Drop Collaborative Mixtape With Sonny Digital?
Chief Keef To Drop Collaborative Mixtape With Sonny Digital? Oct 29, 2015 at 10:40pm
It looks like Chief Keef has more “treats” for his fans come this Halloween season. Earlier in the week, Sosa announced that he has a new project with Metro Boomin dropping on Halloween called Peacocks, Peacoats, Flavor, & Paper, but apparently that’s not all he’s got for us.
Chief Keef Announces New EP With Metro Boomin
Chief Keef Announces New EP With Metro Boomin Oct 25, 2015 at 03:46pm
Metro Boomin is the man of the moment in the production world right now. After putting in work with Future and Young Thug, the rest of the rap game is taking notice, and as a result, he's getting a lot more work.
Young Chop Calls Out Kanye West For Using Chicago Artists
Young Chop Calls Out Kanye West For Using Chicago Artists Oct 8, 2015 at 07:46pm
Earlier today, Young Chop, the 21-year-old Chicago producer, inseparable from the come-ups of young artists like Chief Keef and Lil Reese, posted a series of Instagram videos, in which he called out an unnamed establishment of older Chicago industry folks who have a penchant for taking advantage of Chicago's young talent. He then specifically called out Kanye West, claiming that he is guilty of using Chicago artists for his own selfish reasons.
Top Tracks: September 28 - October 4
Top Tracks: September 28 - October 4 Oct 5, 2015 at 08:41pm
10) The Game feat. Diddy - Standing On Ferraris In his search for another hit, The Game is an equal opportunity employer. The decidedly West Coast rapper is even willing to reach out to the figurehead of the label that was once at the forefront of the East Coast sound -- though he only grants him a speaking role.  "Standing On Ferraris" didn't budge in its second week on the charts, holding strong at #10.
Chief Keef's Most Unexpected Collaborations
Chief Keef's Most Unexpected Collaborations Sep 29, 2015 at 05:06pm
Just when you thought Future and Drake would be the year's most unlikely duo, an announcement came in about a forthcoming joint tape from the world's most recognizable drill rapper and a pop/reggae artist whose last top ten hit dropped in 2009.
Slim Jesus Was The Surprise Guest At Chief Keef's "Bang 3 Hologram Fest"
Slim Jesus Was The Surprise Guest At Chief Keef's "Bang 3 Hologram Fest" Sep 19, 2015 at 06:38pm
The name Slim Jesus continues to proliferate in the weeks following the release of his controversial "Drill Time" music video, which now has almost 6 million views on YouTube. Yesterday (Sept. 18), Jesus released his second track and video, "Buck Buck" (already approaching 200K). He also happened to be scheduled as the surprise guest at Chief Keef's "Bang 3 Hologram Fest" later that night. 
Chief Keef's Parking Lot Hologram Performance Shut Down
Chief Keef's Parking Lot Hologram Performance Shut Down Sep 19, 2015 at 05:54pm
We reported last night that Chief Keef's "Bang 3 Hologram Fest," also the release party for Bang 3 Pt. 2, had run into some trouble at its scheduled venue, the Henry Fonda Theater, located in Hollywood. Keef and Alki David, the CEO of FilmOn, Keef's label and the company responsible for putting on the festival, soon made plans to move the concert to a parking lot adjacent to the Fonda Theater.