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Chief Keef Releases Two New Songs From Upcoming Mixtape 'Back From The Dead' After Taking Shots At 'Hot N---a' Bobby Shmurda [LISTEN]

by   Oct 3, 2014 21:40 PM EDT

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After taking shots at "Hot N---a" rapper Bobby Shmurda, Chief Keef just released new music from his upcoming Back From The Dead mixtape.

According to Vibe, Keef's Bang 3 album has been shelved but the mixtape will drop on Halloween. Both tracks, "Faneto" and "Where's Waldo," were produced by the Chicago rapper.

Last month, Chief Keef released a new song featuring Fredo Santana called "Beetle Juice" on which he called out his Brooklyn counterpart.

Shmurda captured the attention of many with his catchy internet hit laced with aggressive energy. Some even compared his sound to that of Keef and apparently, he was not feeling that.

"I still come and rob you for your kilo/And you know you ain't catch no body 'bout a week ago," he raps.

As MTV points out, the line is a flip on one of the more popular lyrics from Shmurda's "Hot N---a" where he raps, "Mitch caught a body 'bout a week ago, week ago."

50 Cent said the rapper who popularized the shmoney dance reminded him of the "Love Sosa" rhymer.

"It's hard for me not to like it, because it reminds me of Chief Keef," he said in an interview with Hot 97. "It feels like the Drill music that they made. It's the same energy. It's a New York version of it."

As previously reported, Atlanta tastemaker DJ Drama also lent his two cents on the 20-year-old rapper saying, "I like what he's doing. I like his personality and his name, Shmurda."

Like many, Drama drew a comparison to Chicago's drill scene.

"He reminds me of Chicago-ness," Drama said. It's kinda wild watching New York artists who have aspects of other rappers from other places. It just shows you how the game comes full circle."

Take a listen to "Faneto" and "Where's Waldo" after the jump and let us know if you think Bobby Shmurda sounds like Chief Keef in the comment section.

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