Chicago rap titans Chief Keef and Lil Durk combined talents for new music after linking with beatmaker Young Chop for song “Decline.” Durk told HipHopSince1987 that a music video for the single is in the works.
“We tryna work on the ‘Decline’ joint now, so his schedule and my schedule all mix together,” the OTF rapper said.
Durk said all it took was a phone call to get Sosa on a track.
“Just politicking,” Durk told HHS1987. “Called my phone, called his phone. Ain’t no middleman. Best way to do it.”
The track has since been released on iTunes.
Durk hinted a new record with Sosa in late December after messaging Young Chop on Twitter, writing, “You got some sh-t for me and Sosa @youngchopbeatz.”
Chop replied, “@lildurk_ done.”
A music collaboration between Chief Keef and Lil Durk was made possible after the two squashed their beef in August.
Lil Durk announced him and Chief Keef were no longer on bad terms. Sosa would confirm the reconciliation after messaging the OTF frontman, writing, “Aye @lildurk_ Wyo Bro.”
Durk responded, “@ChiefKeef kooling wit [gang]
Sosa also FaceTimed Durk’s manager Chino.
Chino posted a screenshot of the FaceTime onto IG.
“Water under the bridge how it’s time get this money together,” the caption on his post read.
Durk says fans can expect music OTF and GBE in the near future.
“It’s back OTFxGBE Chicago we back at it @ChiefKeef my brother #300 s/o @slypolaroid and @Nuface
“Real money and real Chicago,” he wrote via Twitter and IG.
Fredo co-signed Durk’s message, writing, “@lildurk_ @ChiefKeef I love y’all n-ggas let’s take over OTF/GBE/300.”
Durk responded, writing, “100.”
Durk was doubtful if him and Sosa would ever collaborate again during a July interview with Home of Hip Hop.
“I don’t know,” he said. “I doubt it. I like keeping it real. Only way it’d be like that if it’s business.”
Chief Keef and Durk have had choice words with each since summer 2013. Their differences stemmed from Sosa’s refusal to post Durk’s $10,000 bail after the OTF rapper was jailed on a weapons charge.
Durk appeared to have addressed his beef with Sosa in his feature on Meek Mill’s “Chiraq” remix.
Durk raps, “N****s say me and Sosa beefing, but we both eating, but only one keeping/Told Law he take 15 years, every crime we did we gone keep it secret’.”
Durk went on to clarify on Twitter his rhyme wasn’t a diss.
I ain’t send shots at @ChiefKeef,” he wrote on Twitter.
Durk’s beef with Sosa would reignite after the Glo Gang frontman sided with Tyga and Game after the release of “Chiraq To LA.”
Sosa spoke in Blood lingo when telling fans go check out Tyga and Game’s track.
“Be Bool! Go f*ck wit Blood nem,” Sosa wrote on IG.
Durk found the Sosa’s actions disloyal.
“Shorty said f**k chiraq and he from here huh????”
“Sosa posted tyga and game diss on ig ……dats sayin f-- chiraq,” he wrote.
Durk told WGCI’s DJ MoonDawg that he and Sosa were in the process of reconciliation. But all of that ended after Sosa’s actions.
“First it was just Twitter, then It was just phones calls. Everybody tryna get everybody back together,” Durk explained. “So when Tyga and Game song dropped and he posted it on his page…I’m like he ain’t disrespecting me, he disrespect the whole Chicago like he riding with another city. He ain’t gotta deal with me at the end of the day, he gotta deal with everybody.”
Durk says there was no chance he would reconcile with Sosa.
“I’m not reaching out to him. It’s over with,” he said. “He from L.A.”
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