Chief Keef Will Be Featured In A New Chicago Documentary

Just a few weeks ago, World Star Hip-Hop released a documentary directed by Mandon Lovett and focused on young upcoming rappers battle with the mean streets of Chiraq. Lil Durk, King L, Young Chop, Lil Mouse, Lil Herb, Lil Bibby and Lawless Inc. CEO Larry “Larro” Wilson all make appearances in the film. Now, Noisey is set to put out their 8 part documentary on “the music, culture, politics and young people behind Chicago’s current rap music scene.” It will feature Chief Keef, Young Chop, Lil Durk, Save Money, the Chicago Police Department and the Nation of Islam.

Watch the trailer above for CHIRAQ: Chief Keef & Chicago’s Rap Underground

[via Noisey]

  • mannn

    This “Chiraq” exploitation shit is getting to be really fucking insulting… If not borderline racist.

    • Very Reasonable Citizen

      Its the murder capital of America. It puts a face to all the faceless dead and disenfranchised youth of Chicago. Would you rather the media just sweep it under the rug, and let the 5 o’clock news tell the stories?

  • jamessssssssss

    rappers from chicago are dumb not very original rap names lil this or young dat yall chi town niggaz canddy b mo stan up

    • Sentient

      Living in rented houses, behind on their rent and child support. Maybe there’s still time for them to learn to read. Can you imagine the stank from their locks? Uncle Ro’s the only one making money, and he’ll be dead of a heart attack in a year.

  • suigetsuthirsty

    bang bang

  • Sentient

    Finally young black males will have some role models so they’re not lost to a boring, safe middle-class life after wasting years studying science, technology, engineering or math.