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Published on March 9th, 2024 | by Just Jay


Chief Keef & Mike WiLL Made-It Serve Up “Dirty Nachos”

Chief Keef & Mike WiLL Made-It Share “Dirty Nachos” Single & Music Video, From Their Upcoming Collab Project

Sosa’s First Official Release Since 2022 Heralds a Big Year for the Chicago Legend, Featuring Multiple Projects, Including the Upcoming Almighty So 2, and Much More To Be Announced

After spending much of 2023 in the lab, formulating hip-hop’s next evolutionary phase, Chief Keef is once again ready for the limelight. Firing the first salvo in what will be a triumphant 2024 for the young icon, Sosa shares “Dirty Nachos,” a new single and video created in collaboration with GRAMMY-winning and multi-platinum producer, Mike WiLL Made-It. Floating above the Ear Drummers CEO’s chaotic confection of screeching synths and subsonic 808s, Sosa works a clipped cadence, establishing himself as the king of the jungle and casually dismissing his opposition with sly turns of phrase: “Light ya up, L.E.D. strip, n****/Act like you got it locked, you get zipped, n****.” In the video, Sosa and Mike WiLL Made-It kick it with a crew that includes longtime associates like Tadoe and Keef’s 43B signee Lil Gnar. Decked in Gallery Dept., Sosa whips an Escalade from the Ear Drummers studio to a private jet, throwing down the gauntlet for anyone who can not, or dare not, roll like he does.

“Dirty Nachos” is part of Chief Keef and Mike WiLL Made-It’s previously announced collaborative project, which includes previously released singles like “Bang Bang” and “Status.” The 28-year-old rapper is currently hard at work putting the finishing touches on Almighty So 2. The follow-up to one of Sosa’s most mind-bending projects (2013’s Almighty So, home to hits like “Blew My High”) Almighty So 2 follows in the wake of 2022 singles like “Racks Stuffed Inna Couch,” “Chief So,” and “Tony Montana Flow.” The hotly-anticipated Almighty So 2 drops later this year via 43B, Chief Keef’s record label, formed in a joint venture with BMG.

Uncountably prolific, yet never seeming to run out of ideas, Chief Keef is embarking on a new chapter of his storied career. In 2022, he announced the formation of 43B, his new record label formed in conjunction with BMG, and signed its first artist, Lil Gnar. The two 43B artists combined for the single “Almighty Gnar,” a beat-shifting banger, and reconnected in 2023 for the fiery “PB&J,” which also featured Young Nudy. In December 2021, the rapper shared his critically acclaimed project 4NEM, home to viral single “Yes Sir” and titanic opener “Bitch Where,” prominently used in the fourth season of FX’s Atlanta and recently included in Pitchfork’s Best Singles of 2022 list, and founded his new Web3 venture DigiGlo. Most recently, Sosa collaborated with Sexyy Red on two singles from her Hood Hottest Princess (Deluxe)–”Ghetto Princess,” and “Bow Bow Bow (F My Baby Mama).”

Most recently, Sosa teamed up with Lil Yachty for “Say Ya Grace,” a highlight from All Is Yellow, the first album by Lyrical Lemonade. The song’s Cole Bennett-directed video has already gone viral: the song reached the top 5 of YouTube’s Trending chart, and racked up over 3 million views in its first week of release.

With Almighty So 2 on the way and more milestones to achieve, Chief Keef plans to make 2024 his own. Stay tuned for much more.


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