Chief Keef Caught Up In Another Child Support Controversy
When Chief Keef fathered his first of many children at the young age of 16 and promptly got served with a request for child support, it was a sign of things to come for him. Since then, he's been almost constantly embroiled in one child support case or another (including at least three in the past two years), and today, another woman has filed documents asking for support for a child that's alleged to be Keef's.
Top Tracks: August 17 - August 23
The tidal wave of Drake that has washed over the Top 10 is finally, thankfully receding. Much like low tide, a lingering stench of Drizzy still remains, but at least there are no more songs in the Top 10 twice. Let’s get to it. 10) MPA Duke ft. Travi$ Scott - On My Vibe
Chief Keef Shares "Bang 3" Disc 2 Tracklist
Chief Keef finally released his long-awaited album, Bang 3, at the top of the month -- or at least we thought he did. Sosa quickly revealed that the solid project we received was only half of the album, and that a second disc would be arriving soon.
Top Tracks: August 10 - August 16
Drake's reign is collapsing. Let's get to it. 10) Omelly - Back To Back Freestyle (AR-AB Diss) The Meek-Drake beef has already cooled into near non-existence, but that hasn’t stopped the foot soldiers of OVO and Dreamchasers from joining in.
Top Tracks: August 3 - August 9
Drake’s dominance has started to slip. While Drizzy’s obviously still around-- it wouldn’t be the Top 10 without him-- we’ve moved away from the ridiculous all-OVO, all-the-time charts of last week. Let’s get to the Top 10 entries on our Top 100. 10) Mac Miller - 100 Grandkids
Chief Keef Announces Sequel To "Bang 3"
Earlier this week, Chief Keef released a new album titled Bang 3, which featured guest appearances from A$AP Rocky, Mac Miller and Jenn Em. Consisting of 14 records in total, Sosa must've had a hard time narrowing down the tracklist because he just announced that there's a part two on the way.
Review: Chief Keef's "Bang 3"
Keith Cozart, best known to the world as rap's enfant terrible Chief Keef, doesn’t do much to imply a typical career is in the cards for him. As of the current news cycle, he is planning to run against former Obama advisor Rahm Emanuel for mayor of Chicago after a failed venture at a holographic concert for his deceased friend and artist, Marvin “Capo” Carr, was shut down by police.
Next Chief Keef Hologram Benefit Concert To Broadcast In 3 Cities At Once
Chief Keef's shortened hologram performance last week wasn't the end of his hologram venture. It was just the beginning.
Cops Shut Down Chief Keef's Hologram Performance After One Song
Chief Keef's hologram benefit show has had a hard time getting off the ground, and while it ended up going down in a secret location yesterday, cops were able to pull the plug after just one song. Keef's appearance ended up happening at Crazefest in Hammond, Indiana, where artists such as Riff Raff, Tink, and Lil Bibby also performed.It seems that Keef is the only one to have his set interrupted however, only getting through "Don't Like" before police shut things down.
Chief Keef's Hologram Benefit Show Is Streaming Live Tonight
Strangely, Chief Keef has had a lot of trouble attempting to throw a benefit concert for an infant killed in Chicago. One-year-old Dillan Harris was hit by the car fleeing from the murder of Keef's friend and collaborator, Capo. While it seemed that certain officials wouldn't allow Harris' family to receive the charity show they deserved, Sosa announced that the event would be held in a secret location in Chicago, so there would be no way of shutting it down.
Chief Keef Planning New Hologram Benefit Concert At "Secret Location"
Chief Keef is fighting fire with fire. After the city of Chicago nixed his planned hologram benefit concert at the last second, he says he plans to proceed with a secret benefit concert.
Chief Keef's Benefit Concert Postponed, Statement Released
Earlier this week, it was announced that Chicago's Chief Keef would put on a concert in benefit of a toddler that was killed in the wake of Capo's shooting.
Details Announced For Chief Keef's Hologram Benefit Concert
Unable to enter the city of Chicago due to outstanding warrants, Chief Keef is preparing to get beamed from Beverly Hills soundstage to his hometown for his upcoming benefit concert for the family of toddler who lost his life in the same sequence of events as Keef's Glo Gang compatriot Capo. The Chicago Tribune shared concert details as announced by a spokesperson for Hologram USA.
Top Tracks: July 6 - July 12
As much as everyone loves to hate Young Thug, all that does his push towards the very top of our Top 100 chart. This week Thugger snatches up the first spot, but before we get to that, let’s see what the rest of the top 10 is looking like. 10) Majid Jordan ft. Drake - My Love
Chief Keef To Hold Benefit Concert For Family Of Slain Toddler
Chief Keef announced that he will hold a benefit concert this Friday for the toddler killed in the aftermath of yesterday's Chicago shooting that ended in the death of Capo. Fleeing from the Capo shooting, the two suspects (currently in custody) ran over and fatally injured 1-year old Dillon Thomas as he sat in a stroller on the 6300 block of South Ellis Avenue in Chicago’s Woodlawn neighborhood.
Chief Keef Announces "Bang 3" Release Date
Chief Keef's Instagram may be 95% pictures of him playing paintball, but he took the time today to post the cover art of long-awaited project Bang 3 and announced that he will release it on July 3rd.
Drake Performs Chief Keef's "Faneto" In Chicago
Drake is well-known showing love to each city he visits while on tour. He recently shouted-out young rapper Amir Obe while in Detroit, and on Friday (May 29), during a stop in Chicago, he paid homage to a bigger rap star, Chief Keef, giving the crowd a rendition of the South Sider's latest hit, "Faneto." Drake took the time to show love to many young Chi rappers, specifically shouting-out Herb, Bibby, Keef, and even 14-year-old Lil Mouse. He then, much to the crowd's delight, proceeded to belt out a bar-for-bar a cappella verse from "Faneto."
10 Essential RL Grime Tracks
For the better part of the past three years, "trap" has referred to much more than the music of Young Jeezy, T.I., Gucci Mane, etc. Beats like Baauer's "Harlem Shake" and RL Grime's remix to Kanye West's "Mercy" have ignited dance-floors and festivals using the same label to describe their sound.
The Best Prison-Released Gucci Mane Tracks Of 2015
Gucci Mane has released nine projects this year. We don't have to check-- that's more than any other rapper. He also happens to be in prison. Last year, he released 14 projects from the pen, making a cool $1.3 million, and he's on pace to topple those numbers this year. He's feeding his fans, he's feeding the streets-- though who knows if he's actually the mastermind behind any of this. No matter when these tracks were actually recorded, they're still among the hottest out.
Is A Chief Keef & Lil Wayne Collab On The Way?
A couple week ago, Chief Keef announced that he’s working on a new album titled The Cozart, which is shaping up to host quite the lineup of features.