Chief Keef drops a fresh-off-the-rack mixtape titled Sorry 4 The Weight. With collaborations with Andy Milonakis and Benji Glo, expect nothing but the best from this 18-track offering.
The Chicago native introduces himself in WWYD, setting the mood, and, in the process, explaining his roots and artistic process. The real beat drops in Himalayas, where old and new Keef fans are treated with a flamboyant combination of bold hip-hop beats and classical violin melody. Listen as Keef paints sharp, dark-hued soundscapes as every note unravels in this four-minute sonic goodness.
In That’s What, Keef maintains its chill, laid back rapping while utilizing some electro tunes and vocal manipulation. Guess What Boy, on the other hand, embraces booming, solid beats, arranging them in a dark, moody vibe.
In Sorry 4 The Weight, Chief Keef reminds us about the beauty of homegrown hip-hop that embraces its roots. Despite being dropped from Interscope Records last year, we can expect more mixtape from the Chicago-born rapper, keeping the fire of gangsta rap culture burning.