Celebs Support Chief Keef’s ‘Frank Sosa’ Book

Chief Keef conquered the music world after recording his viral hit record “I Don’t Like” in 2012. Sosa is now attempting make a name for himself in the arena of literature after linking with Frank 151 to release his new book “Frank Sosa.” According to the Frank 151 website, the book “features the varied artwork and photographs of hundred of fans and contributors.”

Celebs happened to be amongst Sosa’s many supporters to cop the book. Sosa’s celeb supporters included Big Gipp of Goodie Mob, Russell Simmons, Soulja Boy, Travis Barker, Ghostface Killah and more.

Sosa and Frank 151 held an art show to commemorate their book’s release.

#Chapter58: #FRANKSOSA available now at | @chieffkeeffsossa @billdabutcher @djkennjp

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According to, FRANK151, published in 1999, is a collectible quarterly, featuring special guest curators and unique editorial themes. Each “Chapter” of FRANK151 presents exclusive and unvarnished content with a mindset that speaks to a global audience of culturally acute creators, agitators and connoisseurs.

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