By Fio Borrelli
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Interscope Records has always had a soft spot for gangsta and hardcore rappers. After all, they were the original home of Death Row Records and they later helped 50 Cent first gain success in the game. Two decades after their inception, Interscope Records signed controversial rapper, Chief Keef.
In some ways, Chief Keef is similar to a 2003 50 Cent with the exception of him not being organized and business oriented. Instead, Chief Keef has remained very dedicated to the same lifestyle that put him in jail several times. Last year, during this time, Chief Keef dropped his debut album and featured 50 Cent and Wiz Khalifa on it.
“Hate Being Sober” was the controversial single and a music video was to be filmed for the track. When Chief Keef did not show up, 50 Cent spoke out about it, saying the situation was unprofessional. 50 Cent has said that several times and Chief Keef, now promoting Bang 3, responded on Twitter for him to get over it.
Read Chief Keef’s tweet below:
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