On Jan. 1, Chief Keef delivered his new mixtape Two Zero One Seven. A few days later on Jan. 7, the Chicago rapper unleashed a new collection of emojis called GLOMOJI.

The GLOMOJI pack features plenty of emojis to choose from, including custom designs like the Glo face logo, a cup of lean drinking another cup of lean, and the words 'Glo Up' with an eyeball as the letter 'O.'

The GLOMOJI pack is available now on the iTunes app store for $1.99. You can check out a bunch of these emojis above courtesy of Fake Shore Drive's Twitter account.

In October 2016 at a concert, Sosa warned the competition that he had a lot of plans in store for the new year. “All these faggot ass niggas rapping today? Shaking they booties and all that gay ass shit? Until 2017, that’s how long they got … on my kids, on blood." Based on the new mixtape and the new line of emojis, Keef is off to a good start for 2017.

In case you missed it, go back and read about how Keef plans to drop three more mixtapes this year. He broke down each upcoming release in a recent Instagram video, saying he plans to drop Thot Breaker on Valentine's Day (Feb. 14), along with a project called The Dedication in March, followed by Mansion Music.

For now, you can check out Two Zero One Seven, which features 17 new tracks with features from Tadoe on “Short,” “Control” and “Stand Down.” Lex Luger handles some of the production, while Keef himself produces a large portion of the tape as well.

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