Chief Keef’s single Don’t Like was one of the biggest club bangers of 2012. Now after a 3 year hiatus that included a stint in jail and moving to Los Angeles, the 19 year old rapper is ready to drop his third studio album Bang 3 . So what can fans expect?
“Change”, said Keef with a huge smile. HipHollywood caught up with the Chi-town native, who is now signed with FilmONTV, during his listening session in Beverly Hills, where he explained that he’s matured and wanted to give fans a new sound.
“I got a lot more “Don’t Like’s in me,” he said referring to his hit single. “Commercial is where I need to go.” But the change in his sound is also due in part to the death of his cousin Big Glo who was viciously murdered in Chicago in 2014. Keef who is an avid fan of paintball told us he plans to start working with the stop the violence campaign.
And if that’s not enough the Chicago bred rapper is also planning a benefit concert in Chicago to honor his friend and rapper Capo who was gunned down in Chicago just two days after his listening session. Keef whose real name is Keith Cozart plans to use Hologram technology with the help of Alki David who owns Hologram USA and FilmON TV. The concert is set for Friday July 17. Bang 3 is slated for release August 13th
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