Chief Keef took 2016 off, despite a full-length tape between him and Zaytoven making its way online. But ever since the first day of 2017, when he dropped Two Zero One Sevenhe's been dropping music at a revitalized pace, and now he's back with another one. Watch the new video for "Minute" below.

Produced by K.E. on the Track, "Minute" only goes to show how catchy Keef still is five years after dropping his major label debut album Finally Rich. Despite label setbacks and legal troubles, Sosa is still one of the most important young artists making music right now, and his influence on new artists like Lil Uzi Vert and Playboi Carti is undeniable.

If you missed it, Keef dropped another insane track called "Kills" a couple weeks ago produced by D. Rich. Rich was a frequent collaborator with the late Bankroll Fresh, who was a major influence on Keef's Two Zero One Seven tape.

He also dropped his own take on Drake's "One Dance" called "Can You Be My Friend?" Produced by Young Chop, it shows Keef going in the pop direction for a sound that's often worked for him before. It feels like it could be his biggest record since "Faneto," but time will tell whether it catches on.

Watch the video for "Minute," directed by Benny Flash, below.

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