American rapper, Keith Farrelle Cozart, better known by his stage name Chief Keef unreleased new song “Layaway” reportedly leaked online.
Chief Keef cried while making the song “Ain’t Gonna Happen” with Zaytoven, but he was able to hide his emotions with a natural reaction.
The Chicago rapper said on Twitter on Friday, January 7, that he cried while recording the March 2019 GloToven song. Instead of the sound of him crying in the studio, he used the sound of him laughing, which is what he always does when he cries.
Keith Farrelle’s music was first popular with high school students from Chicago’s South Side when he was a teenager in the early 2010s.
He is known as the creator of “drill rap” and as the person who made modern rap what it is today.
He began his journey to stardom in 2011, when his mixtapes, The Glory Road and Bang, caught the attention of people on Chicago’s South Side.
Then Keef got even more attention when he released projects like “3Hunna” and “I Don’t Like” on “Back From the Dead” and “Finally Rich,” his first studio album.
When “Love Sosa” came out, he really became a star. People loved his music all over the country, not just in Chicago.
Since 2012, Keef has put out a lot of music, including Bang 2, Almighty So, Back From The Dead 2, and Sorry 4 The Weight.
In 2016, Keef stopped making music for a while because he was having problems with his label at the time, FilmOn. However, in 2017, Keef came out of his musical retirement with the release of Two Zero One Seven on New Year’s Day and his long-awaited project, Dedication, on December 1, 2017.