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The 20-year-old rapper gives his newborn son's middle name after his new record label FilmOn in order 'to promote' his upcoming album which will be released next month.
The Chicago rapper whose real name is Keith Cozart didn't get to finish his benefit concert because authorities quickly pulled the plug on the show.
Produced by HurtBoyAG and DPBeats, the track is presumably from Keef and Fredo's upcoming joint album 'Thicker Than Water'.
According to a new report, the label started to 'subtly disassociate' themselves from Sosa following a series of legal cases.
The new song features a sample of a Willie Hutch song from the soundtrack of the Blaxploitation film 'The Mack'.
The rapper says he is 'looking for houses,' after he is forced to leave his rented mansion in Highland Park for failing to pay rent.
Keef's lawyer Leah Starkman says that the rapper is being questioned by the police in connection to the shooting, but she explains Keef did not know anything and 'wasn't even a witness.'
Shot by A Zae, the video sees the rapper having an argument with his lady on the phone while driving and smoking in his car.
Concert promoter ScoreMore decides to axe two shows in Austin and San Antonio after learning that the rapper has been 'summoned back to court' and 'he may indeed going back to jail.'
The Chicago MC allegedly owes two months rent amounting to $9,400 and is at risk of getting evicted.
The 'I Don't Like' rapper is cited for exceeding speed limit after his car ran at 110 mph in a 55 mph zone while bringing three passengers.
The pop star's unflattering comments towards the rapper's song got some very angry tweets in return.
The rapper whose real name is Keith Farrelle Cozart is booked for disorderly conduct after a hotel security tipped police he smoked weed.
Chief Keef reportedly taunted a Chicago street gang with his lyrics on his Facebook page not long after he got out of jail.