Chief Keef

Chief Keef – 10 Rappers With Roots in Chicago
If there was any rapper that ruled the Chicago hip-hop scene in 2012, it was Chief Keef. His single, 'I Don't Like,' not only caught the attention of the Windy City music fans but also turned Kanye West into a fan. West liked the song so much that he released a remix version of the tr…
Keef in Paris
Fresh out of the bing, Chicago rapper Chief Keef has rejoined forces with the man he said did nothing for his career with the revamping of the teenager's 2012 smash 'I Don't Like.'
Free Man
Chicago rapper Chief Keef was released from juvenile detention Thursday (March 14) after serving two months for a parole violation on an earlier gun possession conviction.
Major Money
Chief Keef is swimming in money, at least he will be when he's free again. The 17-year-old is really living the 'Finally Rich' lifestyle as his debut album suggests. His record deal with Interscope is worth $6 million according to documents pulled by DNAInfo.com.
Behind Bars
Chief Keef's rap career is now on hold as a judge sentenced the rapper to 60 days in juvenile detention Thursday (Jan. 17).
Behind Bars
Chicago rapper Chief Keef is in jail after a judge ruled Tuesday (Jan. 15) that he violated his probation when he held a gun during a video interview with music website Pitchfork.
R.I.P.
As Chicago continues to struggle with its ongoing shooting epidemic, an aspiring rapper is added to the city's rising death statistic. DNAInfo.com reports that Chief Keef's stepbrother, Ulysses "Chris" Gissendanner III, was shot and killed last week while visiting his unc…
Hip-Hop Sales
Album sales are in for two highly anticipated hip-hop releases that debuted last week: veteran rapper T.I.'s 'Trouble Man' and newcomer Chief Keef's 'Finally Rich.'
Gun-Toting Santa?
Chief Keef's debut album, 'Finally Rich,' arrives today but the 17-year-old Chicago rap star isn't making noise for his brand of rhymes.