Sure, they love Sosa, however Chief Keef followers had been beginning to develop impatient with the rapper. After his long-awaited mixtape, Almighty So 2, was delayed again in December, the drill music pioneer shifted gears to not depart his followers empty-handed earlier than ending the 12 months. Teaming up with the streaming big Spotify, Keef there a ten-year anniversary present for his debut album As soon as Upon A Time In 2012 that includes the hit tune, “I Don’t Like” that includes Lil Reese.
Now, Sophie Kautz, head of A&R and advertising and marketing on Keef’s file label 43B, revealed that the utterly self-produced mixtape can be launched quickly. Though Kautz didn’t say when the mission can be dropping, and a proper assertion hasn’t been launched by the rapper, on Apple Music, the anticipated supply date is listed as April 14.
Once more in response to Apple Music’s tracklist, the brand new mission will characteristic beforehand launched singles “Tony Montana Circulate” and “Racks Stuffed Inna Sofa,” in addition to 15 different songs. However for now, the rapper is focusing his consideration on his artist Gnar’s album 4uck3veryBody, posting the duvet of the mission on his Instagram profile.
Gnar rapidly jumped into the remark part to make sure followers with a message: “AS2 subsequent. Then 43B in 2023.”