Love Sosa Lyrics

Love Sosa lyrics

Fuckers in school telling me, always in the barber shop“Chief Keef ain’t ’bout this, Chief ain’t ’bout that”My boy a BD on fucking Lamron and themHe, he, they say that nigga don’t be putting in no workShut the fuck up, y’all niggas ain’t know shitAll y’all motherfuckers talkin’ about“Chief Keef ain’t no hitter, Chief Keef ain’t this, Chief Keef a fake”Shut the fuck up, y’all don’t live with that niggaY’all know that nigga got caught with a ratchetShootin’ at the police and shitNigga been on probation since fuckin’ I don’t know whenMotherfucker, stop fuckin’ playin’ him like thatThem niggas savages out thereIf I catch another motherfucker talking sweet about Chief KeefI’m fucking beatin’ they ass, I’m not fucking playin’ no moreKnow them niggas roll with Lil Reese and them(Young Chop on the beat)

Love Sosa, bitches love Sosa, huh?Let them know then, ‘Raris and Rovers (huh)Ayy, lil’ Cobra, ayy, ayyBang, bang-bangGod, y’all some broke boys, God, y’all some broke boys

These bitches love Sosa, O end or no endFuckin’ with them O boys, you gon’ get fucked over‘Raris and Rovers, these hoes love Chief SosaHit him with that Cobra, now that boy slumped overThey do it all for Sosa, you boys ain’t making no noiseY’all know I’m a grown boy, your clique full of broke boysGod, y’all some broke boys, God, y’all some broke boysWe GBE dope boys, we got lots of dough, boy

These bitches love Sosa and they love them Glo BoysKnow we from the ‘Go boy, but we cannot go, boyNo, I don’t know old boy, I know he’s a broke boy‘Raris and Rovers, convertible Lambo’s, boyYou know I got bands, boy, and it’s in my pants, boyDisrespect them O boys, you won’t speak again, boyDon’t think that I’m playin’, boy, no, we don’t use hands, boyNo, we don’t do friends, boy, collect bands, I’m a landlordI gets lots of commas, I can fuck your mamaI ain’t with the drama, you can meet my llamaRidin’ with 3hunna, with 300 foreignsThese bitches see Chief Sosa, I swear to God, they honored

These bitches love Sosa, O end or no endFuckin’ with them O boys, you gon’ get fucked over‘Raris and Rovers, these hoes love Chief SosaHit him with that Cobra, now that boy slumped overThey do it all for Sosa, you boys ain’t making no noiseY’all know I’m a grown boy, your clique full of broke boysGod, y’all some broke boys, God, y’all some broke boysWe GBE dope boys, we got lots of dough, boy

Don’t make me call D. Rose, boy, he six double-O, boyAnd he keep that pole, boy, you gon’ get fucked overBitch, I did sell soda and I done sell coca’She gon’ clap for Sosa, he gon’ clap for SosaThey do it for Sosa, them hoes, they so off of SosaTadoe off that molly water, so nigga be cool like water‘Fore you get hit with this lava, bitch, I’m the trending topicDon’t care no price, I’ll cop it, B, and your bitch steady jockin’ me

These bitches love Sosa, O end or no endFuckin’ with them O boys, you gon’ get fucked over‘Raris and Rovers, these hoes love Chief SosaHit him with that Cobra, now that boy slumped overThey do it all for Sosa, you boys ain’t making no noiseY’all know I’m a grown boy, your clique full of broke boysGod, y’all some broke boys, God, y’all some broke boysWe GBE dope boys, we got lots of dough, boy, ha

 

Chief Keef

Chief Keef is an American rapper and actor. He rose to fame in 2013 after his mixtape Bang 3 was downloaded over 200 million times. His debut album Finally Rich, released later that same year, debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart. In August 2016, he signed a record deal with Atlantic Records.

Keef’s career began in 2011 when he was arrested for armed robbery. After serving three months in jail, he became addicted to crack cocaine and dropped out of high school. In 2012, he was charged with attempted murder after shooting someone during a drug deal gone wrong. He spent 18 months in prison.

In 2013, his music video for “I Don’t Like” went viral. The song peaked at number one on the US Hot Rap Songs list. “I Don’t Like”, along with songs like “Love Sosa” and “I’m A Boss”, helped establish him as a hip hop artist.

His second studio album Back From The Dead 2, released in November 2014, debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart. The album spawned the singles “Look At Me Now”, “Alone” and “I Love My City”.

Keef released his third studio album, I Don’t Like II… Life Is Good, in February 2017. The album received generally positive reviews from critics and debuted at number six on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 26,000 copies in its first week. The lead single, “Tunnel Vision”, reached number 12 on the US Hot 100 chart.

The following month, Keef announced that he had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. On April 14, 2018, he released his fourth studio album, Blame Game. It debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 chart and sold 24,000 units in its first week. Its lead single, “I Don’t Give A Fuck”, peaked at number five on the US Hot 100.

On January 25, 2019, Keef was shot multiple times while driving down a street in Chicago. He survived the attack and was taken into police custody. Police believe the incident stemmed from a dispute with another driver.

Life and career

Chief Keef was born Keith Cozart in 1995 in Chicago, Illinois. He grew up in the Englewood neighborhood where he attended John Marshall High School. At age 14, he began recording songs under the alias “Lil Reese.” In 2008, he signed a record deal with Atlantic Records and changed his name to Chief Keef. On October 31, 2009, he released his debut mixtape, Back From the Dead, which included the single “I Don’t Like”. His second album, Finally Rich, was released on December 8, 2010.Early life (1995–2010):

In January 2011, Keef pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful use of weapons and was sentenced to three years’ probation. After being arrested again in May 2012, Keef was charged with four counts of armed robbery and six counts of aggravated battery stemming from a shooting that occurred on July 17, 2012. A judge later dismissed those charges due to insufficient evidence.

Keef served five months in jail following his arrest in 2013. Upon release, he moved into a halfway house in Chicago. Keef was denied parole in June 2017.

Chief Keef was released from prison on November 9, 2018.

Chief Keef has been estranged form his biological father, Alfonzo Cozart, since childhood. His mother, Lisa Marie Cozart, died in 2005, while Keef was incarcerated.

Chief Keef’s legal guardian was his grandmother, with whom he resided in Chicago.

Early years, Finally Rich, and subsequent mixtapes (2011–2013)Chief Keef first attracted local interest from Chicago’s South Side with his mixtapes. His debut album, The Glory Road, came out in 2012. He later released another mixtape, Bang, in 2013.In January 2011, Keef got into trouble after allegedly shooting a gun from his car. He was charged with reckless discharge of a firearm, aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, and possession of a stolen vehicle. On December 20th, 2011, he pleaded guilty to one count of possessing a stolen motor vehicle. On April 17th, 2012, he received a sentence of six months probation, 30 days in Cook County Jail, and $1,500 in fines.

On November 9th, 2012, Keef released his second studio album, Finally Rich. In July 2013, he released his third studio album, Back From Hell. On October 29th, 2013, he released his fourth studio album, Finally Famous. On February 10th, 2014, he released his fifth studio album, Love Sosa. On June 26th, 2016, he released his sixth studio album, Love Soso. On August 4th, 2017, he released his seventh studio album, Love Sosology. On May 15th, 2018, he released his eighth studio album, Love Soseology 2.0.

Nobody and Bang 3 (2014–2016)

Chief Keef has always been more concerned with vibe rather than meaning, and production seems like his most efficient way to create a mood without having to worry about pesky syntax. But it wasn’t until 2014, when he released Bang 3, that he really hit his stride. Over the course of just a few months, the Chicago MC became one of the biggest names in hip hop, releasing three full-length albums and even scoring a number one single (“I Don’t Like”). And while we’ve seen him experiment with different sounds throughout his career, the thing that makes Chief Keef unique is how he blends together everything—from trap beats to piano ballads to jazzy instrumentals—to make something completely cohesive. From the start, Chief Keef’s sound was defined by his ability to seamlessly switch up production styles. On Bang 3, he proved himself capable of making songs with a wide range of influences, from soulful R&B cuts to dark trap bangers.

But despite all of this success, there was one problem: no one knew what Chief Keef was doing next. After dropping Bang 3, the self-proclaimed kingpin spent nearly two years off the radar. Then, in September 2016, he resurfaced

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