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.
We're still patiently awaiting Keef's new collaboration with Kanye West, which features the two rappers auto-tune duelling over a sample from Willie Hutch's "Brother's Gonna Work It Out" (which has been previously flipped on Chance The Rapper's "Lost", and Dr. Dre's "Rat-A-Tat" intro).
That track (which is tentatively titled, "Nobody") will appear on Bang 3, while this one seems like more of a freebie. Stay tuned for further updates on the album.
Just bought a Bimmer
I'mma set it on some 24s
Swish, Kobe Bryant, 24
For a verse, I didn't want 20
I want 24