Chief Keef
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Chief Keef

Chicago, Illinois, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2012 | INDIE

Chicago, Illinois, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2012
Solo Hip Hop Hip Hop



The best kept secret in music


"Chief Keef: A Day in the Life"

Keef signs posters for fans at the unveiling of his new special edition Beats By Dre headphones. All of the Glory Boyz who came out for the Best Buy show take a moment to pose for photos outside the Beats store in Soho after the signing session. Keef poses for photos in the packed pizza parlor where he and Blood Money ate while killing time before the show. - Rolling Stone

"Style Sector: An Exclusive Interview With Chief Keef"

Highlighting this week’s street fashion in Hip-Hop; Style Sector meets up with Chicago rapper Chief Keef, for an exclusive video interview and editorial on his personal style. - The Source

"Chief Keef"

Here’s the story: Keef grew up in the Englewood neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side. Late last summer he put out a video for “Bang,” a lurching, sinister track which, as the fall progressed, picked up a fan base among local kids and amassed several hundred thousand YouTube views. In December of last year, Chief Keef was sent to juvenile detention, for allegedly pointing a gun at a police officer. A rumor spread that he had been killed. - Flaunt Magazine

"Chief Keef Documentary Coming to Apple Music"

Earlier this year, we interviewed Chief Keef, the biggest rap star to emerge out of Chicago in the last five years. During our wide-ranging conversation, which covered everything from Drake's influence to Sosa's recording process, Keef revealed that Larry Jackson, the Interscope executive who signed Sosa years ago and now works as the head of original content at Apple Music, had actually offered him the first Apple Music deal back when the streaming service initially launched. But for whatever reason, Sosa turned it down, and though artists like Drake and Chance The Rapper would go on to capitalize on similar deals, it looks like Chief Keef and Apple Music have struck up a new relationship. - XXL Magazine

"The 10 best new rap songs right now"

Featuring Chief Keef, BBY GOYARD, GlokkNine, Payroll Giovanni, FMB DZ, Tierra Whack, and more. - The Fader


  • The Leek Vol. 9
  • Dedication (Hosted by DJ Holiday)
  • Peacocks, Peacoats, Flavor, & Paper
  • Old Leftovers & Features
  • The Glory Road
  • Bang
  • Back From The Dead
  • Finally Rich (Deluxe)
  • Finally Rich
  • Young & Flexin
  • Brick Squad Soldier
  • Bang 2
  • Almighty So
  • Chiraq Villian
  • Back From The Dead 2
  • Nobody
  • Life Of A GLO Boy
  • Feed the Streetz
  • Sorry 4 The Weight
  • Almighty DP
  • Almighty Chopsquad
  • The Leek, Vol 2.
  • The Leek, Vol 1.
  • Bang 3
  • Almighty DP 2
  • Bang 3, Pt. 2
  • Finally Rollin' 2
  • The Leek, Vol. 3
  • Nobody 2
  • Any Opponent
  • Chieffing Again
  • Young N Wild
  • Camp GloTiggy
  • Two Zero One Seven
  • Thot Breaker
  • The W
  • Dedication
  • The Leek, Vol. 4
  • The Leek, Vol 5
  • The GloFiles, Pt. 1
  • The GloFiles, Pt. 2
  • Ottopsy
  • Mansion Musick
  • The Cozart
  • Back From The Dead 3
  • The Leek, Vol. 6
  • The Leek, Vol. 7
  • Camp GloTiggy (Rerelease)
  • The Leek (Vol.8)
  • Almighty So 2
  • The GloFiles (Pt. 3)



Keith Cozart, professionally known as Chief Keef, is a rapper, producer and designer hailing from the Southside of Chicago. At the ripe age of 16 Keef’s music videos for “I Don’t Like” and “Love Sosa” were met worldwide acclaim putting him at the at the forefront of Chicago’s hip hop subgenre of drill music. The popularity of these videos quickly led to him being signed to a major record deal with Interscope Records making him the youngest artist at that time to ever be signed to the label. After his time at Interscope Keef started his own record label, Glory Boyz Entertainment.

Keef currently has expanded his portfolio to include fashion designer and app designer with his company Digiglo which recently released the Glomoji app.

Keef’s next project “The Dedication” is set to be released Fall 2017, marking the third project he has released in 2017 thus far.