Chief Keef shares the tracklist for "The Dedication."
Against all odds, Chicago rap innovator Chief Keef has become one of the most influential artists in hip-hop, with his legacy having a profound effect on many of the game's younger acts. Not only that, but Keef has been quietly having a prolific year, having dropped not one but three mixtapes, including Two Zero One Seven, Thot Breaker, & most recently, The W. Keef has also been killing it on the features tip, having appeared on albums from IDK, Lil Pump, Smokepurpp, Fredo Santana, and A$AP Mob. Suffice it to say, Chief Keef's output this year has been respectable, and it looks like he isn't finished yet.
In early October, Chief Keef revealed the excellent album cover for his upcoming The Dedication album; when asked about the artistic direction, Keef's creative director stated that ""Keef randomly said 'crossword puzzle' and I took it from there. It's also fun to see what fans find in the puzzle which could always be a hint at future song titles and projects." Now, Keef has shed even more light on the project, including a tracklist and the complete production credits. It looks like Keef is handling this one on his own, for the most part, as Dedication's only features are Lil Yachty, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Tadoe.
1. "Ticket" (prod. by D. Rich)
2. "Keke Palmer" (prod. by StuntMan)
3. "Mail Box" (prod. by D. Rich)
4. "Cook" (prod. by D. Rich)
5. "Bad" Feat. Tadoe (prod. by Turbo)
6. "Text" (prod. by StuntMan)
7. "Get It" (prod. by D. Rich)
8. "Glory Bridge" Feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (prod. by Ness)
9. "Negro" (prod. by K.E. on the Track)
10. "Less Speed" (prod. by D. Rich)
11. "Come on Now" Feat. Lil Yachty (prod. by CBMix)
12. "Kills" (prod. by D. Rich)
13. "Told Y'all" (prod. by D. Rich)
14. "Let Me See" Feat. Tadoe (prod. by D. Rich)
15. "Be Back" (prod. by Turbo)
Keep an eye out for The Dedication, which drops on December 1st.