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Chief Keef Says He Makes $100,000 Per Song



Chief Keef won’t be going broke anytime soon. Sosa has elevated himself to earning big bucks in the rap industry.

The Interscope artist took to Twitter reveal how much he makes per song.

“That’s crazy I Make hundred Thousand A Song #ShitCrazy!” Keef wrote.



Chief Keef, whose birth name is Keith Cozart, signed a deal of a lifetime when joining the Interscope Records roster.

In court records obtained DNAinfo.com, Keef’s contract will pay him $6 million over three years.

The “Ight Doe” rapper received a $440,00 advance. He additionally received $300,000 to cover the cost of his debut major label studio album “Finally Rich.”

Interscope even gave Sosa a separate three-year deal to build his very own label “Glory Boyz Entertainment.” Keef and manager Rovan Manuel, who each own 40 percent of the label, were paid a $440,000 advance. Interscope has to fork over another $200,00 for “overhead” expenses, which will cover office, travel, entertainment and “salary cost” and marketing.

But Keef’s deal depends if he can sell 250,000 copies of “Finally Rich” by December 2013. We doubt he’ll have trouble meeting that deadline.

Sosa is currently prepping the release of “Almighty So.”

The mixtape is slated to drop Oct. 12, according to an Instagram post by the Interscope rapper.

“OCT12 #ALMIGHTYSO #ONKAYKAY,” the caption on the image read.



Chief Keef leaked three new tracks in recent weeks from the project, including “Love No Thotties,” “Ight Doe,” “Thought He Was.” “Almighty So” will be hosted by DJ Scream.

Check the songs out below:







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