Chief Keef’s influence has helped popularize the drill sound in Chicago.
Despite somewhat putting the Chi on the map, Keef feels his popularity has had an adverse affect on his career.
Keef wrote via his Twitter account that opposing rappers, whom he referred to as Baby Sosas, were stealing his style. This revelation prompted the O’Block rapper to switch up his style.
“Sorry Fans Im Rich Rappin Now Cuz Everybody Stole All my Old Flows On O #EverybodyDidSmh Now Im doin Some more S--- Still My Own Style.
“Dey Even Stealin My New S--- They Think Its gonna Get em On ? no You Gotta Be yoself N----- Wanna Be Me Not Gonna Work #SoundlikebabySo,” Keef wrote.
It is apparent Chief Keef is trying out a new sound. The Bricksquad 1017 rapper has utilized Zaytoven’s production to experiment with a new flow for his upcoming mixtapes “Bang Pt. 2” and “Almighty So.”
What are your thoughts on Chief Keef’s new style? Do you think rappers are biting Chief Keef? Sound off below
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