Chief Keef proclaimed to fans “Old Sosa” is no more and to stop asking him to return to his former self.
Sosa opened up on this pressing topic in song “Win,” which appears on his newly dropped mixtape “Sorry 4 The Weight.”
“Everybody want that Old Sosa. It’s not gon happen,” he said. “Chief Sosa, I’m about motherf-cking 6,000 years old. …I used to be saying was 3,000 all the time. I’m 6,000 motherf-ckers. I’m old. I’m grown boy. I been saying I was grown. I’m a real grown boy this time… I done glo’d up. It won’t be none of that old sh-t. You talking about sh-t when I was 16 years old. I’m 6,000.”
Sosa also re-emphasized his point on IG.
“I’m 6000 I ain’t 17 nomo No such thing old Sosa!” the caption on his post read.
Chief Keef isn’t the same rapper from 2012. He was only 16 when he inked his first recording contract with Interscope Records. Sosa is now 19 with a more mature voice.
Despite being older, the O’Block native reaffirmed to fans in late October he was going to give them “Old Sosa.”
“New Sosa. Jus older and Richer. Oh and my Voice deeper!
“Finna get on some old Sosa sh-t and Drop a Second verse of a Chop Beat!” he wrote on Twitter.
Chief Keef entertained the idea of returning to his old self in song “Self,” rapping, “They want that old Sosa/For what doe/That’s a crazy low down dirty cut throat.”
Sosa told fans in November 2013 via IG they could expect “Old Sosa” in his upcoming “Bang 3” album.
“Bang 3 Rawest shit Ever Thy want That old Sosa,” the caption on his post read.
Chop announced that Sosa is indeed bringing 2012 Sosa back.
Chop posted the tracklist to Sosa’s forthcoming mixtape Mansion Musick onto his IG account with a caption, reading, “They say they want that old Sosa OK @chieffkeeffsossa #ChopSquadRecords.”
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