Chief Keef released his highly anticipated mixtape “Bang Pt. 2” to lackluster reviews.
Despite the mixtape being up for less than a day, many of the Chicago native’s most ardent fans weren’t too pleased with the mixtape’s quality.
Many fans are attributing this to the dissolution of his relationship with producer Young Chop.
These fans took to Twitter to call on the O’ Block rapper to reunite with Young Chop:
Chief Keef first caught a buzz after dropping his “3Hunna” track, which turned heads in the underground rap circuit.
But it was Keef’s “I Don’t Like” track- another Young Chop production- that propelled the South Side Chicago teen to viral stardom.
It was Chief Keef’s collaboration with Young Chop that formed a perfect Hip Hop union that hasn’t been seen in a long time in the industry.
In an era where bubble gum rap has taken hold in the industry, Chief Keef brought authenticity back to the game.
Their music relationship produced banger hits that took the “Drill” sound to a new level.
But ever since the release of “Finally Rich,” which primarily featured production by Young Chop, the two have been at odds.
Keef may have added fuel to fire with a vilifying message written via his Twitter account.
“F*ck my Ex Producers Lmao,” Chief Keef wrote.
Chop retweeted the statement and wrote a message, reading, “LMAO.”
Sosa and Chop’s relationship reached a breaking point after news surfaced that Chief Keef and 1017 Bricksquad producer Zaytoven would be doing a full album together.
Fans were disappointed upon hearing the news and stormed Young Chop’s Twitter timeline asking if he and Chief Keef would continue making music.
Twitter user Trust None @iamstacksbeatz wrote, “I wanna hear Keef w/ @youngchopbeatz again.”
Chop replied, “@iamstackzbeatz u will not.”
The producer who was behind the highly successful “I Don’t Like” track said his business relationship with the Interscope artists is “over.”
But Chop said he will continue to support Keef.
“That’s good for him and his career #i will buy the abum #its all love,” he wrote.
In a perfect world Young Chop would be a producer exclusive only to the GBE record label.
The success of their company would reach legendary status, somewhere along the lines of a Cash Money Record and Ruff Ryders.
Hopefully, the two will settle their differences and get back to making great music.
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