Earlier today we got a new collaboration with Chief Keef and Juicy J (although according to the e-streets it's just a blend of Keef's "Everyday's Halloween" with a Juicy J verse...I'm not particularly up to date on Keef's works, so I'll let you guys be the judge). Keef has followed up the unauthorized record with another release, an unheard collaboration featuring the recently-deceased Glo Gang affiliate Capo and Tadoe. Obviously this song will gain a lot more interest with Capo's untimely passing. The record features a refrain of wavy "whoas" from Keef, over a beat of electronic noises. Production comes from ISO Beats.
Give it a listen. R.I.P. Capo.
Got a Glock 17 that blow
It blow like whoa
That's when they best friend probably gunna know they not yours
Looking at y'all like whoa
And we did 120, now we 155 for a show
And if you ain't got our money we ain't showing up to no show
Whoa, whoa, whoa