Chief Keef Dropping Lil Uzi Vert Collab Soon
Sosa sat down for an interview with Kerwin Frost that was published on Friday (Sept. 13). During the one-on-one, the Chicago rapper spoke on his highly-anticipated track with Uzi.
"He want me to drop it. He told me to drop it. We gon' drop it soon," Keef revealed around the 7:20 mark in the interview. "So, we gotta figure it out and make sure everything is right, you know what I'm saying, on both sides."
Chief Keef also admitted the two have multiple songs in the stash.
"We got like three songs, four songs, not enough. It's more to make. It ain't the end of the world," he added.
The two have collaborated before including the track "Rollie." Back in April, Sosa teased the new duet. "Me and My brother coming real soon Hoes," he captioned a snippet of the track.
The two rappers have a solid relationship. Back in 2016, Uzi admitted that Chief Keef was a big influence on his career. “I am not gonna lie I listen to a lot of Sosa,” Uzi said on Sway in the Morning.
The new collab could appear on Chief Keef's upcoming mixtape Almighty So 2, which is expected to be released soon.
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