Chief Keef Songs

  • Dope Game
    Dope Game
    Fredo Santana connects with his GBE affiliate/cousin Chief Keef today for "Dope Game." The cut was liberated by the producer, Hurtboy AG, who cooks up a typical trap banger for these two, as they rap about selling drugs, not doing them. It's auto-tune heavy.
  • Trust My Gun
    Trust My Gun
    Chief Keef showcased his production skills on his most recent project, Back From The Dead 2, which proved to be his most cohesive tape in quite a while. His exploration behind the boards continues on his brand new track, "Trust My Gun", which despite a somewhat violent theme, has a decidedly warm feel to it.
  • Gang Members
    Gang Members
    Ballout continues to feed the streets with new content. After hitting us with “Cant You Tell” featuring Tadoe & Lil Reese earlier this week, the Glo Gang rapper decides to liberate another one for the streets today called “Gang Members” featuring Chief Keef, Tadoe, and Terintino.
  • Can't You Tell
    Can't You Tell
    It's a GLO Gang almost-reunion on "Can't You Tell," a fresh track from Ballout, Lil Reese, and Tadoe. Chances are--if you're a fan of what these guys have done in the past--this one's going to be an instant download. Featuring a horn-driven instrumental from Chief Keef, the record's pretty much sounds exactly like what you'd expect it to. Take it or leave it.
  • Fuck Niggas
    Fuck Niggas
    Back at it again, here goes the second release from Chief Keef tonight titled “Fuck Niggas”, which shouldn’t be confused with the Migos-diss track he released the other day.
  • Laugh
    Now that Chief Keef is no longer an Interscope signee, the Glo Gang member has been releasing new music at a Gucci Mane pace lately. Tonight, Sosa decides to keep his recent onslaught going and drop off a couple more tracks for the streets, with the first being “Laugh”.
  • Sorry (Remix)
    Sorry (Remix)
    Yung Gleesh just dropped an official remix of his hit "Sorry," taken from his Cleansides Finest 3 tape, that features none other than Chief Keef and his cousin Fredo Santana. Produced by TrapMoneyBenny, Hurtboy AG and Nate Fox, this one's sure to elevate Gleechie Mane's status. 
  • Fuck Nigga (Migos Diss)
    Fuck Nigga (Migos Diss)
    Chief Keef and Migos' ongoing feud took a turn for the worse last night after an alleged altercation in Chicago. Now, Keef is back with "Fuck Nigga," a diss track off his upcoming Bang 3 project aimed at the ATL crew. Check out the new street single and let us know what you think. Meanwhile, for more ongoing feud, click here. Bang 3 hits stores on December 25th. The first single, "Fuck Rehab," hit our front page way back in March. Stay tuned as we continue to cover the project's rollout. 
  • Where
    Chief Keef may have been recently dropped by Interscope, but his methods of releasing music don't seem to have changed all that much. As he's been doing for the last little while, Keef continues to drop loosies at a high rate. The latest of which is "Where", a high-BPM record that finds Sosa supplying some more conventional raps than we're used to as of late.
  • This Da Squad
    This Da Squad
    Chief Keef just gave us his first full length project in some time with Back From The Dead 2. While that project showcased Keef's recent pursuit of self-production, his new loosie "Dis Da Squad pairs him with up-and-coming Toronto producer PopsOnDaBeat.
  • Lucky Bastard
    Lucky Bastard
    Earlier this year, Chief Keef raised eyebrows by announcing that he'd be releasing an EP entitled Bang 4 before dropping his long-awaited Bang 3 album.
  • Trap
    Chief Keef decided to let go his full collaboration with Shawty Lo last night, which we first heard a preview of back in August. The rapper has parted ways with Interscope but continues to flood the net with tracks, not to mention his recent Halloween mixtape Back From The Dead 2.
  • Stupid
    For once, Chief Keef stuck to a release date and dropped off Back From The Dead 2 tonight for the streets. Hosted by DJ Holiday, the mixtape comes with 20 new tracks and features guest appearances from Gucci Mane & Tadoe, while production is mainly handled by Sosa himself.
  • Paper
    Despite getting dropped from Interscope, Chief Keef is following through on his plans to drop his Back From The Dead 2 project. The album will be available on iTunes tomorrow, appropriately, but today Keef teases fans with the Gucci Mane-featured cut "Paper." It's a GuWop heavy track as he's featured on the hook in addition to having a verse.
  • Silly
    Chief Keef was recently let go from his deal with Interscope, and he couldn't be happier about it. The Chicago rapper assured fans via Twitter that they would be given more music than ever now that he's untied, and more than ever, it feels like his endless list of promised projects will be arriving soon. 
  • Now & Later
    Now & Later
    Chief Keef links up with Tyga for "Now & Later," the second release off of the former's upcoming Thot Breaker mixtape. Produced by Da Brain, the track finds both emcees lightly-singing about their now-and-later women. It's a bit more poppy than the street-ready singles that Keef has been serving up lately, but fans will no doubt find some enjoyment here.
  • Start Pimpin'
    Start Pimpin'
    After Big GuWop's team let go the Dun Deal-produced "Stand 4 It" two days ago, Gucci comes back with another Trap God 3 leak, this time featuring Chief Keef. The incarcerated rapper is finding no lack of promo for Trap God 3, which is available to pre-order on iTunes. Trap God 3 is expected to drop tomorrow, October 17th. 
  • How It Went
    How It Went
    Just about an hour ago, Chief Keef teamed up with his old partner in crime Young Chop for a new track from Chop's upcoming album, but Keef being Keef, of course that didn't rule out more solo music before the day (or hour) was done. Like most of his recent solo material, "How It Went" is self-produced, and a good bit weirder than his early material. 
  • Valley
    At long last, Chief Keef has been reunited with Young Chop. The duo, who rose to prominence alongside one another, haven't been working together that much lately, with Chop focusing on his solo work and Keef getting into the self-producing game. But today, they're back with "Valley," a track that will appear on Chop's upcoming album, Still.
  • Smack DVD
    Smack DVD
    Its safe to say that Chief Keef has been in a giving mood lately. With six tracks already impacting the site this past week alone, Sosa returns tonight to serve up another one for the streets titled “Smack DVD”.
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