Machine Gun Kelly Feat. Chief Keef "Young Man" Video
Machine Gun Kelly Feat. Chief Keef
Having remained relatively quiet for most of the year, Machine Gun Kelly has started to pick things up lately, dropping off a video for his “Chill Bill” remixx last week & a remix to Kid Cudi’s “Just What I Am” a couple days ago.
Chief Keef & Suav Corleone "Thiyow" Video
Chief Keef & Suav Corleone
In March, Chief Keef announced his retirement. A fair amount of Sosa music has surfaced in the time since, though in most cases, it's been unclear whether the songs were newly recorded or taken from the vaults. Considering his prolific past, Sosa likely has years worth of unheard material. It now seems that Keef is back in the game, as he's been performing shows, and with his new collab track and video with Glo Gang affiliate Suav Corleone, let's say once and for all that Keef isn't finished with this whole music thing.
Chief Keef "Faneto" Video
Chief Keef has finally dropped the video to "Faneto," a song he released in October 2014. The track was arguably Keef's biggest since "I Don't Like," and it remained popular well into 2015, though it's unclear why it took Sosa this long to release the video. In fact, it's unclear if Keef is still actively making music, as earlier this month, he seemingly confirmed to his fans that he had retired.
Chief Keef Feat. ASAP Rocky "Superheroes" Video
Chief Keef Feat. A$AP Rocky
Chief Keef and A$AP Rocky took fans behind-the-scenes of their "Superheroes" video shoot in August 2014. Now, the full version of that video has finally arrived online, over six months after "Superheroes" landed on Keef's Bang 3 album.
Chief Keef "Where Ya At (Freestyle)" Video
As even the oldest of rappers have finally come around to the concept of releasing mixtapes made up entirely of original material, Chief Keef -- a rapper who's pretty much always followed the new formula -- has decided to tray out the original mixtape format, doing his own versions of other artist's songs.
BTS Of Chief Keef’s “Faneto” Video
It appears Chief Keef has finally shot an official music video for his “Faneto” record as new behind the scenes footage has surfaced online tonight from his time on set.By the looks of it, Sosa will stunt in front of the cameras while sitting on a throne and lighting a few monster J’s in the process, nothing we haven’t seen him do in the past. Check it out.
Fredo Santana Feat. Chief Keef "Dope Game" Video
Fredo Santana Feat. Chief Keef
Fredo Santana dropped the Chief Keef-featuring "Dope Game" last November, and today, he and Sosa have shown up in a heavily turnt up video to their auto-tuned banger. "Dope Game" is one of two videos Fredo dropped today, the other being the solo cut, "How You Want It."
Chief Keef Feat. Jenn Em "Ain't Missing You" Video
Chief Keef Feat. Jenn Em
Chief Keef decides to waste little time in sharing the official video for his new single “Ain't Missing You” featuring Jenn Em. Serving as a tribute to his late cousin Blood Money, Chief Keef delivers a heartfelt video that finds him recording in the studio and cruising down the streets in his Rolls Royce, while old footage of Big Glo appear throughout it. The video is in support of his upcoming Bang 3 project, which was supposed to drop today, but is being pushed back in true Sosa fashion.
Capo "Faneto Remix" Video
Chief Keef's "Faneto" has maintained relevancy via a disproportionate amount of remixes (and a Drake performance to boot). It's lifeblood this week comes from a remix by Glo Gang affiliate and newly minted MMG signee Capo.
Lil Durk Reveals He Has Collaboration With Chance The Rapper In The Stash
Lil Durk's debut album, Remember My Name, is finally out today. When the rapper first revealed the tracklist, it was noticeably light on features, calling upon DMV rapper Logic, Jeremih and Hypno Carlito. Obviously, Durk was not too worried about attaching big names to his album, and more focused on bringing a different side than what we saw/heard during his mixtape run.
Chief Keef "Sosa Chamberlain" Video
Chief Keef's squad transition from Glory Boyz to Glo Gang was so seamless, you may not have even relaized it happened. At the beginning of his new video for "Sosa Chamberlain," Keef clears up any confusion over the name, confirming that nothing's changed about the gang other than a title abbreviation.
Tink Interview With The Breakfast Club
At 19-years-old, there are huge expectations surrounding Tink, especially as Timbaland, her mentor, has said that Aaliyah (in a dream) told him she was "the one". With all that hype, the Chicago emcee boasts a cool demeanor and doesn't seem at all fazed by the pressure. Today, she stopped by the Breakfast Club to talk about her come-up and why she's gonna be around for a long time.
Chief Keef & Andy Milonakis "My House" Video
Chief Keef & Andy Milonakis
After hitting us with “Dipset” & “Hate Me Now” a few hours ago, Chief Keef has some more in stored for us tonight. Linking back up with comedian/actor Andy Milonakis, Sosa decides to share another new video from the two titled “My House”.
Chief Keef Feat. Andy Milonakis "GloGang" Video
Chief Keef Feat. Andy Milonakis
Chief and Andy Milonakis are already a pretty surreal combination of people, but when they hop in the whip to drive it through the Milky Way, it takes things to the next level. "GloGang" isn't anything out of the ordinary for Keef, but Andy's absurd verse changes it into something bizarre.
Chief Keef "Earned It" Video
Chief Keef's output has been tough to follow over the last 6 months, mainly due to the sheer amount of material, but also the fact that loose tracks arrive as quickly as mixtapes do. "Earned It" is one of those records that never made it's way onto a project, but Sosa has reminded those who may have forgotten about the Young Chop banger with one of the highest budget videos we've see from him seince "Citgo". That independent money seems to be treating him well.
Chief Keef, Andy Milonakis & Fredo Santana Turn Up In The Studio
Chief Keef Feat. Andy Milonakis & Fredo Santana
The most surprising feature on Chief Keef's recent mixtape Sorry 4 the Weight is the comedian Andy Milonakis. What's more, Andy's a decent rapper and his outrageous punchlines gel spot on with Keef's unrelenting drill. Now, you can watch some hilarious behind-the-scenes footage of the S4TW sessions.
Johnny May Cash Feat. Rampage "It's A Difference" Video
Johnny May Cash Feat. Rampage
Drake said nothing was the same and Johnny May Cash may agree, because for him it's a difference. Today Johnny May Cash drops the video to his most recent Young Chop-produced single, "It's A Difference." The song is featuring Rampage. From the clubs to the streets, both Cash and Rampage show just how different it is in the Reel Sharp Films directed video.
GBE Reunites In Los Angeles
During Monday night’s concert in Los Angeles, Chicago drill scene leaders Chief Keef, Lil Reese, Fredo Santana, and more all gathered together for a GBE reunion of sorts. Mobbin the stage with their high energy & flossy gear, the GBE clan had the crowd going nuts as they ran through various hits of theirs, including “Us”, “I Don’t Like”, and many others. The footage is a little shakey at times due to it being taken while on stage, but you'll get the point.
Chief Keef Feat. J'lynn "We Don't Fuck With You" Video
Chief Keef Feat. J'lynn
Chief Keef returns to our front page with the official video for "We Don't Fuck With You." Featuring guest verses from J'lynn, the synth-driven banger deviates from Keef's recent auto-tune binge, bringing us unaltered rap verses from both emcees. On a visual level, this one also represents a back-to-basics approach, showcasing our performers in a variety of environments.
Young Chop Speaks On Chicago Rappers, Working With Chance The Rapper
Young Chop has been a long-time collaborator and supporter of Chief Keef, the two basically got their fame hand-in-hand thanks to the viral "I Don't Like." When Chop stopped by for an interview the other week, he spoke on first connecting with Keef back in 2010 on his first mixtape. "The rest is history, we started making hits," he said. Chop also spoke about life in Chicago, "It could just go down anywhere. That's basically like what it is in Chicago. Just violence and fuckin' thotties and motherfuckin' music. And we just talking about what we seeing in the streets."