Chief Keef Celebrates 10th Anniversary Of “Finally Rich” In NYC
Chief Keef along with Spotify held a concert in Brooklyn to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his debut album, Finally Rich. He also brought out fan RaRa Kuku featured on the intro of “Love Sosa.”
The crowd sang along while Chicago native, Chief Keef, performed his hit song “Love Sosa,” one of the popular singles from his 4x platinum album.
Keef pulled fan RaRa Kuku from the crowd, who is well-known for being featured in the song’s intro.
The Finally Rich album includes “I Don’t Like” and “Hate Bein’ Sober.” It features Rick Ross, 50 Cent, Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Reese, and more.
This past summer, Keef announced the launch of his label, Forget Everybody, and signed rapper Lil Gnar to his roster.
The “Love Sosa” artist has been credited for his impact on the drill scene. In August, Chief Keef’s birthday was celebrated through a conversation that spotlighted his impact on trap culture and society.