Chicago legend Chief Keef has been all gas no breaks this year, as he begins to rollout the follow-up to a classic album he shared at the peak of his early career.
In 2012, Sosa had the world in a chokehold by popularizing the controversial drill sub-genre. This movement has since traveled to major cities like London and New York, where young listeners found themselves relating to — and living through — his graphic lyrics about street life.
As his movement continued to grow, so Chief Keef’s impact as he returned with two albums the following year — the first of which being Almighty So. Almost exactly nine years later, he is set to follow up the series with its sequel, previewing his upcoming LP with its first single “Racks Stuffed Inna Couch.”
Sosa has stayed true to his sound for the last decade, using a nostalgic, brass-filled instrumental on his lead-in effort. His energy is through the roof as he matches the uptempo beat, screaming in the ad-libs while using a rowdy, staccato delivery.
After announcing his new label, 43B, earlier this year, Chief Keef has been ramping up his output, recently appearing alongside his first signee Lil Gnar‘s single “Almighty Gnar.” His solo tracks “Chief So” and “Tony Montana Flow” surfaced soon after, signaling the beginning of the rollout for his newly-announced record.
Celebrating the ninth anniversary of Almighty So with Chief Keef, as he adds a second title to the series, further solidified his already legendary career.
Check out ‘Racks Stuffed Inna Couch’ by Chief Keef below!