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Postby clyzm » Tue Jan 22, 13 5:36 pm

Chief Keef is a teenage American rapper from 'O Block', a very rough neighborhood in Chicago's slums.

He's released one album and a couple mixtapes. He makes trap music.


He's 17 years old and his crew, Glory Boyz Entertainment (GBE) are around that age as well. Chief Keef is basically the embodiment of attitude, and all that's wrong with modern rap music.



And he is awesome. Seriously. Everyone in Chicago, white, black, impoverished and wealthy, loves his music, myself included. He and GBE are basically the new OFWGKTA around here except they don't rap about pretend fantasy murder binges, rather about making money and generally being all-around gangstas.

So gangsta, in fact, that apparently one rapper who talked smack to Keef and his crew got shot and killed later. And then so did his best friend. After learning about the rapper's death, Keef made some inflammatory comments on Twitter and arose the suspicion of police that he may have been involved with it.

Recently he got indicted for violating his parole. His parole had to do with an earlier judge ruling that he couldn't be near guns, because he aimed a gun at a police officer when he was 16.
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Postby Mastakilla » Tue Jan 22, 13 10:22 pm

Worse then even current Soulja Boy, sorry can't enjoy it as rap or hip-hop

And I'm not against the style, A$AP Rocky is sort of similar, and I think he's decent even if I don't agree with his content lol

Also

“I am a very good-hearted person,” the 17-year-old musician told Judge Carl Anthony Walker. “I am sorry for anything that I have done wrong. ... Give me a chance.”


That's gangsta. :lol:
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Postby Clancy Stein » Wed Jan 23, 13 3:52 am

It's still only about the benjamins
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Postby Siva » Sat Feb 16, 13 9:17 am

clyzm wrote:and all that's wrong with modern rap music.

clyzm wrote:And he is awesome.


eh

I've heard dis keef guy before, I regarded it as garbage. I was then told it was good and 'I need to go deeper' I soon learned that he is more garbage than I thought he was. I should have learned my god damn lesson when someone said the same thing about Lil B

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Postby clyzm » Sat Feb 16, 13 6:37 pm

That's how it is in Chicago man. The gangs start em early

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hxN7HXsSGk[/youtube]
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Postby Siva » Sat Feb 16, 13 8:13 pm

clyzm wrote:A video of a child who is going to be embarrassed about his history


I would have been more shocked if I didn't already know French Montana was out there breedin' em young



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Postby The RZA » Sat Aug 17, 13 7:32 am

oh god derek. im from chicago and i always thought he was terrible. wont be famous for much longer.
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Postby clyzm » Sat Aug 17, 13 8:50 pm

The RZA wrote:oh god derek. im from chicago and i always thought he was terrible. wont be famous for much longer.


He's been comin out with some gems doe 8)
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Postby The RZA » Mon Aug 19, 13 8:25 am

Sosa sosa chesmosa? That gem?
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Postby Aidan » Mon Aug 26, 13 6:57 pm

Siva wrote:
clyzm wrote:A video of a child who is going to be embarrassed about his history


I would have been more shocked if I didn't already know French Montana was out there breedin' em young



OCHOCINCO


LMAOOO my brother showed me this a few weeks ago. I died.

AS FOR MR.KEEF...

I would like to clarify something. There is no wrong way to make music. Interpretation of music is subjective to the person listening.

For me, I like 'his' music for working out. Other than that, there's no real depth to his lyrics, and he doesn't produce his own songs, so 85% of the track is all the producer.
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Postby Siva » Thu Aug 29, 13 1:30 pm

keef still shit

my opinion on lil b has changed though
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Postby Aidan » Thu Aug 29, 13 6:02 pm

Siva wrote:keef still shit

my opinion on lil b has changed though


Ye, even though lil b is more an entertainment rapper, he's all about non-violent non-drug-related (humorous) rap. He has a large fan base, and does his own tours by himself, compiles his music himself, and hustles social media all. by. himself.

I have mad respect for the effort that guy has put into his career. He's literally making bank off of having fun, influencing positive messages. His fans enjoy his shows, and love him for the guy he is. If I ever make it in the music industry, I would collab with lil b 4 kicks yo.

BUT YEAH

Cheef is Weak imo. For a guy who pointed a gun at an officer, and is so thug... he let out an awful lot of tears over a fucking speeding charge.

The culture, and history behind gangster rap is cool and all, but I see no reason for mankind to take steps back into that violence.
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Postby clyzm » Fri Aug 30, 13 12:09 am

I be bumpin this shit lately

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLRZDeVjJC4[/youtube]

He's in a National Geographic documentary about drugs lol

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... FCM#t=2216
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Postby Aidan » Fri Aug 30, 13 12:39 am

clyzm wrote:I be bumpin this shit lately



He's in a National Geographic documentary about drugs lol

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... FCM#t=2216


Yeah I like this a lot better than Keef.


I get a boner when trap artists have good wordplay though. If they don't it's quite literally them just yelling how thug they are into a mic.
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