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The track comes from their collaborative LP, PRhyme, out December 9th.
Plus he's been working with Francis Starlite of Francis and the Lights, J. Cole, Frank Ocean, Rick Rubin, Migos, and more.
Merch game level up.
The year's most grimy and positive rap hit gets an appropriately major rework.
A disco tune that isn’t bogged down by its referentiality.
A shadowy, windswept roller coaster ride through the Warp artist's quite remarkable brain.
Rick Rubin, Russell Simmons, Adam Horovitz, and more reflect on rap's best rags-to-riches tale.
The track also features a chopped and looped Nina Simone sample.
Hear a snippet of an unreleased Kanye West/Chief Keef collab, "Nobody"
Or maybe Keef dropped Interscope.
Hear the unlikely collaborator's sugary new song.
The Glo Gang-grown house special is called "Chief Keef OG."
Back From The Dead 2 is on its way, and all Keef sees is money, money.
Did Chief Keef diss Bobby Shmurda on his latest song? Probably not.
Hear Chief Keef's bizarre new single from Bang 3.
And here's another from Gucci Mane's abundant back catalogue: Earlier this evening, MTV premiered the lead single off Gucci Mane's Independence Day drop, Trap House 4.
Felipe Delerme interview Fake Shore Drive founder Andrew Barber on the evolution of Chicago rap since Chief Keef happened.
"How It Go" has Chief Keef at his warbly Autotuned best, and features cartoon versions of the whole Glory Boyz squad.
Chief Keef's second cousin, Chicago Rapper Big Glo, dies in a shooting in Englewood.
Chief Keef almost learns his lesson about narcing on himself in new video "Close That Door."