12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sosa’s second self-released mixtape marked the debut of “I Don’t Like,” the song that brought national attention to the controversial then-16-year-old rapper and the rest of the Chicago drill scene. Produced entirely by Young Chop, the influential collection features a Soulja Boy remix of the local hit “3Hunna.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sosa’s second self-released mixtape marked the debut of “I Don’t Like,” the song that brought national attention to the controversial then-16-year-old rapper and the rest of the Chicago drill scene. Produced entirely by Young Chop, the influential collection features a Soulja Boy remix of the local hit “3Hunna.”

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Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5

604 Ratings

Pretty terrible.

WesleyBoutilier,

I love me some ignorant rap music. I love Flocka, 2 Chainz, etc. and after hearing "I Don't Like" I was expecting to love Chief Keef. I really REALLY gave this mixtape a chance and it's just not good, not even in an ignorant "get you pumped up" kinda way. It's just... ehhhhh.

Who cares if it's not "Real" hip-hop?

Better than the fb version,

I'm an avid fan of rap/hip-hop. I love everything about it. Especially the old stuff. But I also appreciate the new stuff. This is the type of music you listen to in the club to get you hype. It's 2012, nobody is rocking to "Wu-Tang" in the club anymore. When you want to listen to some ignorant get hype stuff, play this, or Waka or Gucci or 2Chianz. When you feel like being inspired, listen to some old Kanye or Common or Digable Planets. When you wana get grimey, listen to ODB, or Gza, or Black Moon. But all this talk about hip-hop is dead is dumb. It's not dead. It's just evolved.

About Chief Keef

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 arrested for unlawful use of a weapon, having pointed a gun at a police officer although he never fired it. In early 2012, Keef was finishing his sentence of house arrest at his grandmother's home as his track "I Don't Like" was topping a million views on video-sharing sites. It caught the attention of Kanye West, who completed a remix of the track with Big Sean, Pusha T, and Jadakiss all added to the mix. The single landed on Finally Rich, his debut album released late in 2012 by Interscope. 50 Cent, Young Jeezy, and Rick Ross made guest appearances, while production came from the likes of Young Chop and Mike Will Made-It. Late that same year the Chicago Police announced the MC was investigated due to a possible connection in a shooting death, then a video of Keef at a gun range triggered a parole violation investigation that ended in 2013 with a two-month sentence in a juvenile detention facility. Interscope dropped the artist a year later, and in early 2015, while the rapper was on house arrest due to more parole violations, a planned concert with Keef beamed in as a hologram was canceled when the venue was pressured by Chicago's City Hall. It didn't stop the hits as the MC climbed the charts that year with two albums, Bang 3 and Bang 3, Vol. 2. ~ David Jeffries

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