Chief Keef wasn’t lying when he said he lives in the studio. Much of the videos and images posted onto the Interscope rapper’s IG shows the rapper either teasing a new single or laying down a track.
Sosa revealed there are approximately 50 songs on his forthcoming project “Bang 3.”
This raises the question: Will ‘Bang 3’ be offered as a double disc if it does in fact become Sosa’s sophomore album release?
If this is the case, Sosa has some big shoes to fill.
Tupac Shakur was the first Hip Hop artist to release a double album with his ’96 Death Row album “All Eyes On Me.”
The other classic Hip Hop albums to be released as a double disc includes Notorious B.I.G.’s “Life After Death,” Bone Thugs N Harmony’s “The Art Of War” and Wu Tang Clan’s “Wu Tang Forever.”
Sosa’s Interscope A&R Larry Jackson hinted “Bang 3” would be released as an album rather than a mixtape via IG. The post featured an image of Sosa sitting next to his “spiritual” pet S--- tzu.
“Dear angry Chief Keef fans, Bang 3 is coming Very soon. Chill, please. If you must know, Keef must came to my office recently to have a discussion with my dog, Nahla the Spiritual Shih-tzu. Think I’m joking, here is the photo. She is a dog like no other. Barks madly when she hears a hit. Matter of fact, she was the one out of all of us, Keef included, who ‘called’ ‘Love Sosa’ and ‘Don’t Like’. She told Keef here to record two more songs for the mixtape and make it an album. She knows the best and we must listen. Happy New Year! With love, Larry,” Jackson’s post read.
Sosa echoed Jackson’s claims of the project dropping soon. He also hinted at his forthcoming album.
“Get off em y’all He Gone drop dat s--- He jus want me to drop da album When I get out of treatment. @thelarryjackson,” the caption on Sosa’s IG post read.
Chief Keef announced the project would be coming fans’ way in early March. Sosa will additionally be promoting the project with a planned music video in February following his release from rehab.
“It’s official! We finna drop Bang 3 on 3/3 on y’all n-----!! 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.
The project initially had a Dec. 25 release date.
“Last year For Xmas I Seen Alotta Kidz finally Rich! Now they Finna #Bang3 This Christmas,” Chief Keef wrote.
But Sosa soon revealed he needed clearance from Interscope management in order to release “Bang 3.”
“#B3 Drop it? Rt Cuz The Label Said Don’t! But I am almighty,” he wrote.
All eyes are on Sosa at this point and it is evident this mixtape could be the most important project of his career. Sosa promised he would give fans that “old Sosa.”
Chief Keef touts the project as being “hardcore.”
“If I’m Lien I Can Get Killed right Now this S--- Is So f----- hardcore #ThatOldSosa #bang3 N----- Better Be Scared,” the caption on his IG post read.
Sosa received flack for saying the project would raise the murder rate.
He has since backtracked on those statements, saying his project would instead raise the “club rates.”
“I was playin But it’s Gone raises the Club rates up,” he wrote on Twitter.
To listen to “Bang 3” tracks, click here.
Chief Keef To Release ‘Bang 3’ As A Double Disc?
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