Although Interscope dropped him from the label earlier this year, Chief Keef is still set to release his sophomore album Nobody tomorrow (Dec. 16). Now the title track, his collaboration with Kanye West, has officially dropped. The track relies heavily on Auto-Tune and is backed by a sample of Willie Hutch's "Brother's Gonna Work It Out." Sosa handles the majority of the track with West weaving in some background vocals throughout.
"I don't fear no one / War time, I'm gon' give me one / Where I'm from you gotta walk 'round with your gun / But I made it out, just to get some money / Now I'm riding what I want / F**kin any thot I want / I be buying any thing I want," Sosa brags.
Keef's 12-track effort also features a guest appearance from Tadoe on the track "Oh Lawd." It is his second studio album, following his 2012 debut Finally Famous.
Nobody will be Keef's first studio album since being dropped from Interscope, who distanced themselves from the Chicago rapper following his legal troubles.
Keef's long-awaited Bang 3, which was originally slated for release back in March, is due out on Christmas (Dec. 25) with his Thot Breaker mixtape is scheduled for a Valentines Day release.
Last week Keef shared a song (not featured on the upcoming album) called "Who Would've Thought" featuring Future.
Mike WiLL Made It recently revealed that Keef will be featured, on his forthcoming Ransom mixtape on a track called "Stop-Start" featuring Gucci Mane and PeeWee Longway.
Check out "Nobody" below, and let us know what you think in the comments section!
01. Ain't Just Me
02. Oh Lawd (feat. Tadoe)
04. Fast N Furious
09. Nobody (feat. Kanye West)
10. Pit Stop
11. Twelve Bars
12. Yeah Now