Chief Keef is going to deliver nightmares with the release of his forthcoming mixtape “Back From The Dead 2,” which is slated to drop Halloween, Oct. 31.
Sosa revealed the tracklist to the highly anticipated project via IG.
“#BFTD2Halloween,” he simply captioned his post.
Sosa serves as executive producer on the 20-track project as he handles a majority of the production on the tape. But Sosa wasn’t entirely selfish as the project also features production from 808 Mafia, Ace Bankz and his go-to producer Young Chop. Chop lent his talent on songs “Feds” and “Stupid.”
It was originally planned for the Chop-produced track “Valley” to appear on the “Back From The Dead” sequel. But the two artists decided to premier it on Chop’s sophomore album “Still.”
Chop posted snippets of the track online with himself singing Sosa’s lyrics.
Gucci Mane is the project’s only guest feature. He and Sosa collabed on the 808 Mafia-produced single “Paper.” Sosa teased the track in late September.
Sosa showcased the official cover art for his project in early October. The art features a half-dead version of Sosa.
“Oct31st,” he wrote in the caption.
“Back from The dead 2 dropping Oct 31 for show! On Big Glo,” he added on Twitter.
Chief Keef has been prepping BFTD 2 since late 2013. He began promoting the tape earlier this year with an unofficial cover art. The cover art features a zombified version of Sosa with legions of the dead following him.
A bloodied number two is placed above Sosa’s head.
Keef simply captioned this post, “BFTD2.”
Sosa then dropped the Chop-produced track “All I Care About” to promote the tape.
Sosa first lists his favorite dead Presidents, rapping, “All I care about is money, all I care about is hundreds/All I care about is 50s/All I care about is 20s.”
But he soon gets down to nitty gritty rapping, “All I care about my whereabouts/R.I.P. my n****s, they in heaven now/That’s all I care about now, I keep them weapons round/He say he pulling up, we gon whack him down/He a cool boy, my chopper down/You don’t wanna hear this chopper sound.”
Sosa asked producers to send him music for the tape last December.
“Send Some BFTDs Beats to KingGloMan2@gmail.com,” he wrote.
Young Chop hinted the project much earlier in November. Chop was the sole producer in the first tape that brought fans the viral hit “I Don’t Like.”
“BACK FROM THE DEAD 2
“That will be Kool to work on
“All y’all hit up Keef in say we need that BACK FROM THE DEAD 2,” he wrote.
Chop’s message soon generated a buzz. One fan was quick to create the mixtape cover.
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