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Keef’s statement “I Don’t Like” went national and found its way into Kanye West’s hands (who remixed it with Pusha T and Jadakiss). Keef raps with sees-it, lives-it weight while tossing useless mea culpas overboard ("No Tomorrow," "Kobe," "Love Sosa"). Finally Rich includes Keef’s original as well as more than a dozen booming chest-crushers (with guest bars from 50 Cent, French Montana, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, and Wiz Khalifa).

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This has to be the worst cd on earth!!!!!👎👎👎👎👎


I don't understand how anybody can think this wanna be thug is good. chief keef is one of the worst rappers I've ever known of.

Might be good

This album might be pretty good. It seems like it's going to have a consistent sound and idea, (Chief Keef celebrating his independence from the hood/struggle and enjoying his fame). With great features and really fantastic beats provided by Young Chop. If only Keef could play the industry game a little more. He seems to really know his genre and sound. He is not trying to do anything life changing but this sounds entertaining and not thrown together. I actually might buy this album and I am someone who likes people like Curren$y, A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar and Drake who I think are artists with more depth. I think there is a place for Chief Keef and I'm with it.


Born: Chicago, IL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

Kicking his career off at the age of 16 with the street single "I Don't Like," rapper Chief Keef was a hit on Chicago's high-school circuit before mixtapes and viral videos led to a contract with Interscope. Born Keith Cozart in Chicago, Keef first hit with 2011's "Bang," a slow-rolling, simple cut that was an instant hit with the youth of his hometown's South Side. The mixtapes The Glory Road and Bang were both released that year by Keef's label, Glory Boyz, but at the end of 2011 the rapper was...
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