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Chief Keef Drops New “Kills” Video

Casimir "Mula" Spaulding
Casimir “Mula” Spaulding

After teasing the song on Instagram, Chief Keef drops his new video for “Kills.” The track is produced by D. Rich and you can hear it below.

D. Rich worked heavily with Bankroll Fresh, and Fresh was a major influence on a couple songs from Keef’s latest tape Two Zero One Seven

Naturally “Kills” has traces of the late Atlanta rapper, along with a dash of his forefather Gucci. It also might be harder than anything on Keef’s last tape.

Listen to another crazy loosie Keef dropped earlier this year called “Can You Be My Friend” if you missed it. Sosa says it’s his take on Drake’s “One Dance.”

Keef and four others were reportedly taken in for questioning by Miami police earlier today in a drug investigation. According to TMZ, cops saw the passenger in Sosa’s car get out and talk to someone in the car behind them. Police apparently believe an exchange was made, and witnesses allegedly say cops founds weed in one of the cars.

“Our team is taking the necessary steps to ensure the situation gets taken care of,” a rep for Keef said in a statement to XXL. “We are sure that there will be a positive outcome.”

Listen to “Kills” below, plus another cut Keef and D. Rich did together called “Get Sleep.”

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