Yesterday, Chicago rappers — and cousins — Chief Keef and Fredo Santana dropped a new collaborative song just in time for Christmas titled "Bodies on the Ground," which you can check out below. As can be expected from these two, the song finds them sluggishly mumbling their way through the track, as if they recorded the first thing out of their mouths when they woke up in the morning. The track features some spacey, atmospheric production from Hurtboyag and dpBeats, with a beat so tiny and inconsistent that it makes you wonder why they bothered making it in the first place.
You can check out Chief Keef and Fredo Santana's "Bodies on the Ground" here:
"Bodies on the Ground" is presumably the first track to be shared from Chief Keef and Fredo Santana's upcoming joint album Blood Thicker Than Water, which was announced in February and is expected to drop at some point in 2015. The album is not the only full-length release Keef already has planned for 2015: He will also be releasing a mixtape on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, titled Thot Breaker.
Blood Thicker Than Water and Thot Breaker are not the only releases that Chief Keef has on deck, however. On New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, the 19-year-old rapper will be releasing his fifth mixtape of the year, titled Crashing Computers. Though his long-awaited album Bang 3 was set for release yesterday, Dec. 25, Keef ruined Christmas for his fans by once again not dropping the album when he promised. The album currently has no release date.
What do you think of Chief Keef and Fredo Santana's "Bodies on the Ground"? Let us know down in the comments section.