Chief Keef’s “Bang 3” is one of most anticipated project to be released this year. Sosa began working on the project in late 2013.
Sosa’s manager Peeda Pan revealed that Sosa’s mixtape would now become an album.
“[Bang 3] will be a full album,” Pan told HotNewHipHop.
Sosa’s third installment of the “Bang” series is expected drop March 3, according to an IG post written by the Interscope rapper.
“It’s official! We finna drop Bang 3 on 3/3 on y’all niggaz!! Me n @thelarryjackson in here putting them finishin touches on it we comin! 1st video on week of Feb,” the caption on Sosa’s IG post read.
But that date is not definitive. Pan hinted the project might be pushed back.
“We may be looking to push the date back,” he said.
A photo surfaced online a few days ago showing Chief Keef and Kanye West hard at work on what appeared to be new music.
Pan shared this image and confirmed via IG the two were working on “Bang 3.” He captioned his post, “#Gang” and commented, “#Bang3.”
Sosa shared this image to his IG account, writing, “Almighty and Yeezus.”
“Late night Money,” he added in another photo.
Sosa and Ye previously collaborated on album “Yeezus” for the single “Hold My Liquor.”
Ye flew Keef out to Paris to record the track that has the O’Block native, rapping, “I can’t handle no liquor/But these b*****s can’t handle me/I can’t control my n****s/And my n****s they can’t control my n***s/And n****s, they can’t control me/You san you know me, my n***a/But you really just know the old me.”
The two Hip Hop superstars first came into contact after West remixed Sosa’s viral hit song “I Don’t Like.”
Sosa boasts the project has 50 songs, including, “Choppa Has Tourette’s,” “It Ain’t Just Me Girl,” “Aston Martin,” “Make It Count” and “Dirty Thirty.”
Check out Sosa’s “Bang 3” tracks below:
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