Chief Keef Wants A Feature On Jay-Z’s Next Album


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Chief Keef Wants A Feature On Jay-Z's Next Album

Chief Keef Wants A Feature On Jay-Z’s Next Album

Chief Keef needs Jay-Z to drop a collection and add him as an element.


While everybody was quietly anticipating the arrival of Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, Chief Keef had his brain on an undeniably more slippery record than Drizzy’s 6th studio collection: Jay-Z’s hotly anticipated development to 2017’s 4:44. In a new tweet, the incredible Chicago craftsman clarified that he’s both an enthusiast of Hov and anticipating his next independent collection. Notwithstanding, Keef moved forward and communicated his longing to work with the CLB-highlighted craftsman.

“Someone disclose to JayZ drop an Album n put me on dat mf,” Chief Keef said on Thursday evening.

Because of Chief Keef’s tweet, Lil Durk affirmed that he would take up that assignment, telling his old neighborhood associate, “I’m.

Chief Keef needs Jay-Z to drop a collection and add him as a component.

While everybody was quietly anticipating the arrival of Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, Chief Keef had his brain on a definitely more tricky record than Drizzy’s 6th studio collection: Jay-Z’s hotly anticipated development to 2017’s 4:44. In a new tweet, the amazing Chicago craftsman clarified that he’s both a fanatic of Hov and anticipating his next independent collection. Be that as it may, Keef moved forward and communicated his craving to work with the CLB-included craftsman.

“Someone reveal to JayZ drop an Album n put me on dat mf,” Chief Keef said on Thursday evening.

Because of Chief Keef’s tweet, Lil Durk affirmed that he would take up that assignment, telling his old neighborhood associate, “I’m.

And keeping in mind that a few fans might feel that the Chicago craftsman doesn’t have a potential for success to protect a coordinated effort with Jay-Z, reconsider. As Genius called attention to in their answer to Chief Keef’s tweet, Jay-Z did already yell Keef on “Ballistic,” one of the features from Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s collab collection EVERYTHING IS LOVE.

“I’m a gorilla in the fuckin’ roadster/Finna pull up in the zoo/I’m similar to Chief Keef meet Rafiki—who been lyin’ “Lord” to you? (Charm),” Hov rapped on the 2018 track, straightforwardly giving proper respect to Chief Keef’s fan-most loved track “Faneto.”

Given the chance of a Chief Keef and Jay-Z coordinated effort, is that something that you might want to hear on Hov’s next collection? What’s more, as long as the Hip-Hop people group gets another full-length project from Jay-Z, could you even give it a second thought?

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