Chief Keef Songs

  • 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”.
  • Earned It
    Earned It
    A couple years back, Chief Keef and Young Chop were one of the most unstoppable rapper/producer duos. The two have worked together a few times since 2012's Finally Rich, but it's been much more sporadic, and the results more mixed. 
  • Wayne
    Chief Keef must be pretty psyched about his upcoming tape Back From The Dead 2, because over the past two days he's shared five new songs, all (or some) of which could appear on the project. Judging by the artwork shared with the latest, "Wayne," on YouTube, this'll be on BFTD2.
  • Money
    Chief Keef looks to be taking a page from Gucci Mane's book as the Chiraq rapper has been releasing new music at an unbelievable pace lately. With 3 tracks already impacting HNHH today, Sosa comes through again this evening and serves up his 4th offering called “Money”.
  • Cashin
    Chief Keef is excited about his new mixtape. He must be, as he's now released three new tracks from the effort in the last 24 hours. Back From The Dead 2 has a release date, and it seems it may be one of the rare Keef projects that actually delivers on that promise.
  • Wheres Waldo
    Wheres Waldo
    Hours after hitting us with Faneto, Chief Keef comes through and drops off another self-produced cut titled “Wheres Waldo”. The track will serves as the latest release off his upcoming mixtape, Back From The Dead 2, which will appropriately be releasing on Halloween, October 31st. It should hold fans over until we receive his long-over due album, Bang 3, which if you're unaware will feature records from ASAP Rocky and Kanye West.
  • Faneto
    While we’ve been patiently awaiting for his new album Bang 3 to impact, Chief Keef continues to hold us over with new releases. Just the other day we heard the track “Dear”, and today Sosa returns with another self-produced cut for the masses titled “Faneto”. Just like most of his releases, the track arrives unnanounced, and has no information with regards to where it might end up, but Bang 3 is unlikely. It serves as the 4th track to get released in the last two weeks alone, for any of y’all keeping count.
  • Dear
    Three days ago, Chief Keef was (most likely) responsible for the first delay in Gucci Mane's flurry of 2014 material, with the duo's collaborative Big Gucci Sosa tape being the first of his many 2014 projects to not drop on the promised date. Instead, Keef seems to be focusing on burrowing deeper and deeper inside of the rabbit hole in which he's been making increasingly weirder music in the past few months. "Dear" is the latest of those.
  • Beetle Juice
    Beetle Juice
    Chief Keef comes through today with a loose joint featuring his affiliate/fellow Chicago native Fredo Santana. The record, "Beetle Juice," was liberated by one of the track's producer HurtboyAG (TrapMoneyBenny also had a hand in the production). Over creeping production, Chief Keef talks about each one of his crew members: Fredo will rob you, Ballout got the semi, Trey Savage got the mac, and Tadoe got the Tec-- now you know. 
  • In It
    In It
    Chief Keef is still in the midst of preparing the follow up to his 2012 debut, Finally Rich, and while tehre's no release date in sight for Bang 3, Sosa has continued to put out material consistently. His newest offering -- like much of what we've heard from him recently -- isn't slated for any particular project, and will most likely serve to tide fans over until we get the full length project.
  • Wait
    While we patiently await for Chief Keef’s long over due album, Bang 3, the Chicago rapper decides to treat fans with a new track tonight, ironically titled “Wait”. The self-produced cut is like no-other Sosa track we’ve heard before. With his voice turned into the chipmunks, the Glo Gang General does keep one thing the same here, and thats that we can’t understand what he’s saying. Lets hope he keeps working on the beats, and stays away from the voice effects.
  • 24
    While Chief Keef's upcoming sophomore album, Bang 3 remains without a release date, the rapper continues to release new music. His most recent track, "24" sounds more like something off of his original Bang mixtape, rather than the experimental auto-tune jams he's been putting out as of late.
  • Tony Hawk
    Tony Hawk
    We just got one track ("0 To 250," not a Drake freestyle, by the way) from 19-year-old drill kingpin Chief Keef, and now here's another. "Tony Hawk" is delivered sans the whipping of the wrists that Soulja Boy did on his similarly-titled track, and is actually a pretty mellow Keef song.
  • 0 To 250
    0 To 250
    Drake's "0 To 100" has inspired countless freestyles with titles like "0 To 300," "0 To 100 Grand" and "Real Quick," but although Chief Keef's latest track is called "0 To 250," it's an entirely different song altogether. Released by GLO Gang Nation on YouTube today, the cut is instead a brash trap anthem. Complete with "all silver everything" artwork, "0 To 250" is one of the first Keef songs in a long time that isn't drenched in auto-tune, opting instead for a Waka Flocka-style layering of vocals to create the illusion of multiple Keefs. 
  • Friend Of Me
    Friend Of Me
    We've seen Common reach out to Chicago's younger regiment on his new album, and it seems Twista will be taking a similar approach, though working with up-and-comers from the region is far from new territory for the quick-tongued rapper.
  • Nigga Wat (Remix)
    Nigga Wat (Remix)
    Currently putting the finishing touching on his upcoming Massacre tape, Lil Reese has let loose a new leak to hold over anxious fans. The official remix to Chief Keef's original "Nigga Wat" that dropped to warm reception early in May, this new rendition maintains the head-nodding chorus and instrumental of the original while piling on some new high-energy bars from our headliner. 
  • Top In The Trash
    Top In The Trash
    Chief Keef has already blessed us with a new record ("Oh My Goodnes") today and a new music video ("Gucci Gang") yesterday, but he returns once more this time as a feature on Gucci Mane's new leak.
  • Oh My Goodness
    Oh My Goodness
    Last night, Chief Keef gave us the video for new track "Gucci Gang," which also featured Justo and Tadoe, and now he's dropped off a new solo track. "Oh My Goodness" comes with no hint at what project it's from, but has artwork that bears the title "Thot Breaker." After a lengthy intro, Keef launches into his standard auto-tuned warbling, going in over synthesizer strings and a skittering beat. Singing about racks in his pocket and thots in his phone's contacts, Keef sounds just as triumphant as the "Oh My Goodness" backing track.
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