Chief Keef readies "Finally Rich"
The Chi-Town MC hopes that this is the debut that you do like...
If you didn't like the Chief Keef's hit "I Don't Like," then you might to stop reading this. Now, that that guy is gone, we can tell you that the hip-hop newcomer will release his debut album, "Finally Rich" (Glory Boyz Entertainment/Interscope), on Dec. 18.
“I Don’t Like” became an instant sensation in early 2012. Its video has had more than 17 million YouTube views since its release in March. Featuring Lil Reese and produced by Young Chop, “I Don’t Like” has established the 17-year-old Chicago rapper-businessman as one of rap’s rising stars, as evidenced by the Kanye West remix of “I Don’t Like,” which also featured Big Sean, Pusha T and Jadakiss.
In addition to "I Don't Like," "Finally Rich" features 50 Cent, Rick Ross and Wiz Khalifa, among others. Check out the full track list below.
Given his tremendous following, Interscope Records signed Keef’s Glory Boyz Entertainment to a deal, making him the youngest major label boss in music history. He will also release a pair of Beats by Dre headphones and has a biopic in the works.
"Finally Rich" Track listing:
- "Love Sosa"
- "I Don't Like" ft. Lil Reese
- "No Tomorrow"
- "Hate Bein' Sober" ft. 50 Cent & Wiz Khalifa
- "Kay Kay"
- "Laughin' To The Bank"
- "Diamonds" ft. French Montana
- "Understand Me" ft. Young Jeezy
- "3Hunna" ft. Rick Ross
- "Finally Rich"
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