Chief Keef Songs

  • Doctor
    Chief Keef continues to keep the heat coming. After hitting us with tracks like “Psych Ward" & “Three Zero Zero” earlier this month, Sosa decides to return tonight with yet another new offering called “Doctor”.
  • Rollin
    With 25 tracks, Soulja Boy's recent Swag The Mixtape was ambitious to say the least. It featured features from Migos and Ca$h Out among other notable names but perhaps the best song on the entire tape was "Rollin," featuring Chief Keef. Young Chop is in classic form here with some melodic yet trapalicious production, and Keef handles both the chorus and the first verse.
  • Psych Ward
    Psych Ward
    As usual, keeping up with Chief Keef has proved a difficult feat this year. While he's delivered a few of his most solid projects over the last few months, the loose tracks have not come with any less consistency. Today, we get another hard record called "Psych Ward," which comes via Ace Bankz, the producer of the record. 
  • Three Zero Zero
    Three Zero Zero
    Anyone familiar with Chief Keef's music will know how commonplace references to the number "300" (or, more accurately "3 Hunna") are. Today, he shares another song that references that very number: "Three Zero Zero." This one's a collaboration with Tarentino of 808 Mafia and Chris Cheney.
  • Maybach
    Yesterday, we posted "Maybach", a new banger from Chief Keef & Fredo Santana. It turns out, the song actually belongs to comic-turned-emcee Andy Milonakis, who's been spending long hours in the studio with Sosa & the 300 crew, giving us fresh cuts like "No Hook Gang".
  • Maybach
    Last time we saw Chief Keef and Fredo Santana in the same place they were kickin it with Andy Milonakis. This time around the dynamic duo from ChiRaq appear on their new release "Maybach" off their upcoming collabo mixtape Blood Thicker Than Water.
  • Faneto (Remix)
    Faneto (Remix)
    Continuing to generate excitement for his IDGAF project that'll be dropping this summer, West Orlando rapper Woop is the latest to remix Chief Keef's "Faneto". Representing a side of Orlando that's less glamorous than the outside public's perception, Woop shows us that his life ain't no Disney World.
  • Faneto (Remix)
    Faneto (Remix)
    DJ Pharris decided to shed some light on the Windy City tonight and release this new monster remix to Chief Keef’s “Faneto” record, featuring fellow Chicagoan’s Lil Bibby, Lil Herb, King Louie, and Lil Durk.
  • Haha
    Chief Keef is scheduled to release a joint project with DJ Holiday in the near future called Dedication. With no release date in sight though, Sosa decides to hold fans over with the release of this new track “HaHa” featuring Terintino. Backed by some infectious production from IllaDaProducer, Sosa delivers a new melodic street cut that finds him laughing at the competition and rappin’ about getting money, smoking dope, and hittin’ bad bitches. It serves as the follow up to his “Hate Me Now” & “Dipset” records.
  • Hate Me Now
    Hate Me Now
    Two is always better than one right? Along with his tribute to “Dipset”, Sosa decides to pay homage to another NYC legend in Nas, and release this new cut titled “Hate Me Now”.
  • Dipset
    Chief Keef is scheduled to release a joint project with DJ Holiday in the near future called Dedication. With no release date in sight though, Sosa decided to treat fans to couple new tracks tonight off the project, with the first being “Dipset”.
  • Yours
    After a delay or two, Chief Keef blessed his fans with a new mixtape Sorry 4 The Weight this morning. The Chicago rapper keeps the project limited to his Glo Gang crew, aside for Andy Milonakis (although he seems like an honorary Glo Gang rapper these days). All the production was handled in-house, and there are only two features including Benji Glo's appearances on "Yours." With production from GGP, Sosa brags about everything he's got (including your shit, apparently): dough, hoes, clothes, weed and jewels.
  • G L O G A N G
    G L O G A N G
    It looks like this bizarre Chief Keef x Andy Milonakis collab is no joke. We just heard "No Hook Game," where Sosa and Milonakis traded verses and no hooks, and now it's clear Milonakis is honarary Glo Gang material. Sosa sings over the anthemic production, delivering punchlines over and over with every beat drop. At around the 2:00 mark, Milonakis comes in to provide some comic relief, though it's clear he's no stranger to drill beats like this one, courtesy of Glo Gang's own DPGGP.
  • Know She Does
    Know She Does
    Chief Keef has racked up quite a few upcoming projects at this point. It seems the next one we'll get will be the Lil Wayne-referencing Sorry 4 The Weight, but he's still planning to release both Bang 3 and Thot Breaker in the near future. It appears that this new auto-tuned ballad, "Know She Does" will appear on the latter, and its arrival just after Valentine's Day is a welcome one.
  • No Hook Gang
    No Hook Gang
    From recording raps with Lil B, Kreayshawn and his comedy-rap supergroup Three Loco, to filming his own video for iLoveMakonnen's "Too Much", Andy Milonakis is certainly no stranger to hip hop. As you can see, he tends to link up with rappers who have strong internet or YouTube followings, making his pairing with Chief Keef a no-brainer.
  • Free Throw
    Free Throw
    Coming out of nowhere (as usual), a new Chief Keef record has surfaced online tonight via DJ Fly Guy called “Free Throw”.
  • Decline
    The one-time rivals Chief Keef and Lil Durk come together for the Young Chop/CBMix produced "Decline".
  • I Want Some Money
    I Want Some Money
    There's no method behind Chief Keef's strategy of releasing new music. On any given day, Keef could release a new track. No release date for an upcoming project necessary, no excessive promotion. Now, Chief Keef drops a new track "I Want Some Money".
  • Voodoo
    A day after giving fans a new leak with "Hiding" Chief Keef is back again with "Voodoo." Since dropping off his album Nobody, Keef hasn't slowed down a bit, with songs dropping weekly. The rapper gets production from KC Beatz on "Voodoo" with raps that are less mumbly than usual. They verge on intelligible. It appears as though this is just another loose joint from the Glo Gang Nation. 
  • Hiding
    One of the most iconic scenes of "Breaking Bad" is when Walter White brings his wife Skyler out to a storage unit in which he's stashed the mountains of cash he's earned from his meth cooking operation. The cover of Chief Keef's latest song, "Hiding," depicts a similar scene, with Keef shown locking up a unit with stacks on stacks inside.  Produced by Chopsquad DJ, the song is a slow-paced, baroque slice of drill, ornamented by cascading piano lines, mellotron and of course, several tracks of Keef wailing away on auto-tune. There's no telling where this one will end up.
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