Chief Keef had an undeniable impact on Chicago’s Drill Music scene. Montana of 300 mentioned Sosa’s influence on the genre when asked his opinion on Chicago’s current scene during an interview with Global Grind.
“I think Chief Keef came with the 300 song with Soulja Boy at the start of 2012,” he said. “That’s when Chicago radio decided to show him some love. …Chicago radio stations don’t support their own local artists unless you have something with another big-name artist. Now they wanna be like yeah he one of ours then they start supporting you. I think [Sosa] did ‘Don’t Like’ in March 2012, then that’s what really moved him up. Then it was like everybody wanted to do drill.”
Watch Montana’s Global Grind interview at 9:45 mark above
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Montana of 300 Talks Chief Keef’s Influence On Drill Music
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