Chief Keef’s formula for viral music videos goes against the grain. The videos are usually under the standard three to four minutes and shot on cameras choppier than the rhubarb protector’s. Also, models are seldom involved.
His latest video, “Morgan Tracy,” is no different. Keef and a couple of his blunt and Styrofoam cup-toting friends filmed a video for the Bang 2 track on a balcony. Read More
Cue “Love Sosa.”
Chicago’s Best in Show, Chief Keef, was released from the Cook County Juvenile Justice Center on Thursday, March 14, after serving 60 days for probation violation by firing a rifle at a gun range during a Pitchfork interview. A legion of friends, fans and photographers were on site to celebrate his freedom.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Judge Carl Anthony Walker also terminated the rapper’s probation, meaning the court won’t closely monitor his activities.
Grab some tissue. An offensive weave and freeloading friends with dreadful tattoos are the main attractions in the video. Tears are imminent. Read More
Sun Times reports that Chief Keef, né Keith Cozart, was sentenced to two months at the Illinois Youth Center in St. Charles, Illinois, for violating his probation on a gun conviction. The 17-year-old began serving his 60 days immediately after sentencing. Read More
17-year-old Chief Keef, né Keith Cozart, is on the wrong side of the law yet again.
Chicago’s Sun Times reports Keef appeared before Judge Carl Anthony Walker of Cook County juvenile court. The judge decided that Pitchfork’s interview video was evidence of a probation violation.
Last January, Cozart was sentenced to 18 months of probation after he was convicted of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon for pointing a gun at Chicago Police officers on December 2, 2011. Officers responded by firing shots at Keef, according to DNAinfo.
Chief Keef will be detained until his sentencing on Thursday. Read More
Like Chief Keef, Waka Flocka Flame, too, was labeled a delinquent early on his career. Club-ready beats and elementary lyrics propelled both “gangsta rappers” to mainstream recognition. In a recent interview with Peter Bailey, Waka spoke on adults “bashing” 17-year-old Chief Keef for perpetuating the only thing he’s familiar with–violence. Read More
Days ago, Chicago cancer Chief Keef’s major label debut, Finally Rich, hit stores. According to HDD, the LP is on track to move 50-55K in its first week. Track number one, “Love Sosa,” made its Billboard Hot 100 debut at No. 82 this week.
Meanwhile, NBC writer Edward McClelland, who happens to be white, has caused some controversy for his highly opinionated review of Finally Rich. Read More
What happens when a17-years-old posts lewd photos of himself on Instagram? His Instagram privileges are revoked.
Chief Keef, 17, posted a photo of himself receiving “sloppy toppy” from a female fan on Twitter. Apparently Twitter has no rules because unlike Instagram, his Twitter account is still intact. Read More
Chief Keef, 17, welcomed criticism following his disturbing response to the murder of fellow Chicago rapper Lil’ JoJo, 16. He subsequently claimed that the tweets came from someone who hacked his Twitter account. Yeah right. Read More