Parents of Chicago's Fiske Elementary School students weren't impressed after a substitute teacher gave sixth graders a lesson and assignment about controversial local rapper Chief Keef, calling the material inappropriate, WLS repor...
Parents are criticizing Chicago Public Schools for hiring a substitute teacher who taught a lesson about controversial Chicago rapper Chief Keef to sixth-graders at Fiske Elementary School. The assignment required students to answer questions about where and why Keef was on house arrest, who shot...
A substitute music teacher stirred up controversy at an elementary school Chicago after she invited a local rapper to visit the classroom.
Chief Keef drops off his new mixtape Finally Rollin 2 hosted by DJ Holiday. He also plans to release Back From the Dead 3 on December 25. Listen and download below.
This is not a drill.
New Mixtape Includes Keef Rapping Over Other Rappers's Beats.
While Chief Keef didn't quite double our pleasure this week, he did come through with the second edition of his Finally Rollin series. The tape features a mix of Keef rapping on fresh tracks (by Sonny Digital, Zaytoven, TM88) and older bangers, splaying his slopped-together rhymes on productions originally for the likes of Gucci Mane, Lil Wayne, and Future.
The mixtape-happy Chief Keef has just unleashed another tape into the world, Finally Rollin 2, a sequel to his 2012 debut album Finally Rich. Hosted by DJ Holiday, the 18-track set features production from Sonny Digital, Zaytoven, and TM88 in addition to Keef rapping over existing tracks like Birdman and Lil Wayne’s “Stuntin Like My […]
Chief Keef has dropped his latest mixtape, Finally Rollin 2. It's 18 tracks long and features Keef rapping over Future and Drake's "Where Ya At", Lil Wayne and Birdman's "Stuntin' Like My Daddy" (which is "Stuntin Like My Mama" here), and more. Show More Summary
Also featuring cameos by Chief Keef and DJ Khaled.
The video for Future's "Colossal," a track with a bluesy piano hook off his DS2 album, shows him flying in planes, driving a Rolls Royce and hanging with his friends. Drake, Puff Daddy, Chief Keef and DJ Khaled all make appearances in the clip. The rapper recorded the track with producer...
Last Halloween, I had the pleasure of blasting my costumed friends’ faces with Back from the Dead 2, because my pal Keef the Chief had just dropped it. It was a fun and spooky Halloween, and I hoped to reenact it this year by blasting Back from the Dead 3 under similar circumstances. Show More Summary
Future has shared a video for "Colossal", another track off his excellent album Dirty Sprite 2. It comprises behind-the-scenes footage of Future hanging out in the studio, hitting the stage, and turning up with his friends. Drake, Chief Keef, Diddy, and DJ Khaled make cameos. Watch it below. Read "Future's Inferno: Monster, One Year Later".
Sounds like: Chief Keef, Lil Reese, Lil Herb Song: Lil Durk - My Beyonce (Ft. Dej Loaf) What's so good? As far as Chicago's rap scene goes, I can take it or leave it when it comes to Lil Durk. There's nothing wrong with the dude, I just don't find what he's doing any better then a host of other drill artist. Show More Summary
Chief Keef shares 2 new Zaytoven produced tracks “Let Me Know” and “Flattered”. These will appear on his upcoming Finally Rollin 2 project.
Last week, Chief Keef was teasing the release of a new Metro Boomin-produced EP. It didn’t happen. Now, as Hot New Hip-Hop points out, he’s moved on to teasing a new mixtape, Back From The Grave 3. Maybe this one will happen! Maybe not! Either way, he’s got a new track called “Walnuts,” a muttery […]