Chief Keef has taken 2017 by storm. Since the beginning of the year, he has dropped three mixtapes and it doesn't looking like he's capping at that. Today, he began the roll out for his Lil Wayne inspired mixtape, The Dedication. It's been over a year since he announced the project but it looks like the wait will be over in the near future. Chief Keef drops the first single off his upcoming project titled "Mailbox."
Keef continues his 2017 domination with the release of "Mailbox." He grabs producer D. Rich for the production. The two of them have previously worked together on "Kills" and "With" and continue to let their chemistry flourish on their latest release. The beat keeps a pretty simple piano pattern in front of some crisp 808 drums. Chief Keef goes off on this joint as he details the troubles he's had the law and juxtaposing that with the money and success that he has received. We haven't received a release date just yet but it's looking like we'll be receiving that before the end of the year. The video for the song will be premiering tomorrow via BET.
While it's been less than a month since we received his latest project, The W, it's clear Keef has a catalog of music ready to drop at any given time. Aside from his upcoming mixtape, Keef and Fredo Santana have confirmed a release date for their collab project, Turbo Santana. The two rappers are gearing up to release the project on October 13th. The two of them have had quite the run together since they first entered the scene and Chief Keef appeared on a handful of songs on Fredo's latest tape Fredo Kruger 2. It's definitely looking like it's going to be a solid project.
Apple Music also revealed that they'll be premiering a documentary of Chief Keef called "The Story of Sosa" which is set to drop in December to coincide with the five year anniversary of his debut album Finally Rich. While we anticipate for that to be released, it's safe to say we'll have enough music from him to hold us over until then.
Give me a Christina Milian
I could pop me a wheelie on
Bout to go get me some more change
Like I ain't got enough jewelry on