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The Streets Is Feeling Chief Keef “Love Sosa” Song It Goes Very Hard (New Artist In The Spotlight)

These bitches love Sosa
O end or no end
Fucking with those O boys, you gon’ get fucked over
Rari’s and Rovers
These hoes love Chief Sosa
Hit him with that cobra, now that boy slumped over
They do it all for Sosa
You boys ain’t making no noise
Ya’ll know I’m a grown boy
Your clique full of broke boys
God ya’ll some broke boys (x2)
We GBE dope boys, we got lots of dough boy

[Verse 1]
These bitches love Sosa
And they love them Glo’ Boys
Know we from the ‘Go boy
But we cannot go boy
No I don’t know O Boy
But I know he a broke boy
Rari’s and Rover’s
Convertibles in bulk boy
You know I got bands boy
And it’s in my pants boy
Disrespect them O Boys
You won’t speak again boy
Don’t think that I’m playin boy
No we don’t use hands boy
No we don’t do friends boy
Collect bands I’m a land lord
I gets lotsa commas
I can fuck yo mama
I ain’t with the drama
You can meet my llama
Ridin with 3hunna
With 300 foreigns
These bitches see Chief Sosa
I swear to god they all on


[Verse 2]
Don’t make me call D. Rose boy
He six double-o boy
And he keep that po boy
You gon’ get fucked over
Bitch I does sell soda, and I does sell coka
She gon’ clap for Sosa
He gon’ clap for Sosa
They do it for Sosa, them hoes they do it for Sosa
Tado off that Molly water
So nigga be cool like water, for you get hit with this lava
Bitch I’m the trending topic
Don’t care no price I’ll cop it
Me and yo bitch she steady jockin’




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Hip-Hop’s New Space Age Generation & One Of Americas Most Wanted! Who Is Chief Keef?

Keith Cozart, (born August 15, 1995) better known by his stage name Chief Keef, is an American rapper from Chicago, Illinois.[2] He has signed a major record deal with Interscope Records, and is the CEO of his own record label Glory Boys Entertainment.


Early life

Keith Cozart was born in Chicago, Illinois.[2] He attended T.g. Terry Elementary School and later W.H. Adamson High School on the city’s South Side.

Music career

In an interview conducted by the staff in charge of the “Back & Forth” series, Cozart was revealed to be inflicted with Asperger syndrome, explaining the difficulty for him to engage in constant dialogue with his fellow interlocutor.[4]While under house arrest for a previous weapons charge, Cozart posted several videos to his YouTube account. The attention he received grew in the short time between the release of several mixtapes and several of music videos, including “Bang”, “3Hunna” and “I Don’t Like”.[5] After two locally successful mixtapes, “I Don’t Like” became a local hit in Chicago. It also caught fellow Chicago rapper Kanye West’s attention, and West organized a remix of the song along with rappers Pusha T, Jadakiss and Big Sean.[6] Finally Rich, Keef’s third mixtape, is set to be released sometime in 2012. Featured guests include rappers Waka Flocka Flame, Young Jeezy, Yo Gotti and fellow members of Glory Boyz Entertainment.[7] On July 7, 2012, it was announced that Chief Keef would be performing at the 2012 Lollapalooza music festival.[8

Other ventures

Glory Boys Entertainment

GBE Entertainment
Founded 2011
Founder Chief Keef (CEO), Fredo Santana
Status Active
Distributor(s) Interscope (2011–present)
Genre Hip-Hop, Gangsta Rap
Country of origin United States
Location Chicago, Illinois (2011–present)
Current artists
  • Chief Keef (Interscope/GBE)
  • Lil Reese (Def Jam/300 Ent./GBE)
  • SD (300 Ent./GBE)
  • Fredo Santana (300 Ent./GBE)
  • Tadoe (300 Ent./GBE)
  • Lil Durk (Def Jam/300 Ent./GBE)
  • BallOut (GBE)
Managed producers
  • Young Chop

Legal issues

In December 2011, Cozart was arrested on a weapons charge (aggravated unlawful use of a weapon) and put under house arrest at his grandmother’s home.[9]

On September 5, 2012, Chicago Police disclosed to the Sun Times that Cozart is being investigated for a possible connection in the shooting death of fellow rapper and Englewood resident, Joseph ‘Lil JoJo’ Coleman.[10] Due to related concerns for his safety, Cozart has not resided in Chicago since.[11]

On October 17, 2012, Cook County prosecutors asked a judge to remand Cozart to juvenile detention for alleged parole violations stemming from a video interview he held at a shooting range. A hearing was set for November 20.[12]



In June 2012, Chicago rapper Rhymefest authored a blog post critical of Chief Keef’s image and message, describing Cozart as a “bomb” and a “spokesman for the Prison Industrial Complex”. The post was also critical of rappers Waka Flocka Flame and Rick Ross, citing similar reasons.[13]

Lupe Fiasco

In an August 2012 interview with Baltimore radio station 92Q Jams, Lupe Fiasco stated that Chief Keef “scares” him and went on to describe the other rapper as a “hoodlum” and representative of Chicago’s “skyrocketing” murder rate.[14] Keef responded on September 5 with a tweet threatening Lupe Fiasco,[15] but then claimed that his account had been hacked and that the previous tweet was inauthentic.[16] On September 13, 2012, Fiasco released a video interview in which he made amends to Keef. [17]


On September 15, 2012, Cozart uploaded a photograph of himself receiving oral sex to the image sharing application Instagram. As a result, his account was subsequently banned for violating Instagram’s terms of service.[18]



Finally Rich (November 27, 2012)


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