Apple Music says that Chief Keef’s Almighty So 2 Album Release Date, Almighty So 2, will now come out on April 14. Back in October, when “Tony Montana Flow” and “Racks Stuffed Inna Couch” were released, the project was announced.
Chief Keef Release Date
Chief Keef’s next project, Almighty So 2, has an official release date. It was supposed to come out in December, but a delay made that impossible.
Apple Music says that Chief Keef’s new album, Almighty So 2, will now come out on April 14. Back in October, when “Tony Montana Flow” and “Racks Stuffed Inna Couch” were released, the project was announced.
Keef had planned for the project to come out on December 16, but that day came and went without any news. But fans were happy when his first album on a major label, Finally Rich, came out again with seven songs that had never been heard before.
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Andrew Barber of Fake Shore Drive said in a tweet that Keef had pushed the album back to 2023, but fans should be able to get by with the full version of Finally Rich.
Keef’s Almighty So came out in October 2013, and Almighty So 2 is the follow-up. DJ Scream ran it, and Tadoe and Cdai were on it. The sequel will also be Chief Keef’s official follow-up to his last full-length album, which came out in 2021 and was called 4NEM.
Keef has put out 14 mixtapes over the last few years, and Almighty So 2 is the 15th one. Some of these are the eight books in his The Leek series, the four parts of The GloFiles, and the GloToven and Camp GloTiggy projects he made with Atlanta producer Zaytoven.
Last month, Chief Keef got a big honor when his first album, Finally Rich, sold more than one million copies in the U.S. This gave it a platinum certification. The milestone happened not long before December 18, when Keef celebrated the album’s 10th anniversary.
Chart Data says that on November 12, the song “Finally Rich” had been played more than one billion times on Spotify before it got a platinum plaque. Finally Rich came out in December 2012 on Interscope Records. 50 Cent, Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross, Jeezy, French Montana, and Lil Reese all made appearances on the album.
The album debuted at No. 29 on the Billboard 200, thanks to hits like “Love Sosa,” “I Don’t Like,” and “Hate Bein’ Sober.” It sold 50,000 copies in the first week. The album was already gold in July 2018, which meant that it had sold 500,000 copies.
Frequently Asked Question
When Did Chief Keef Drop Out?
Chief Keef went to Dulles Elementary School and the Banner School, a therapeutic day school when he was young. He quit Dyett High School when he was 15 years old.
Chief Keef is Signed to Who in 2022?
Chief Keef’s new business, 43B, is a labor of love for him, and Lil Gnar is a symbol of the values and goals he wants to spread through it.
What Was the First Song by Chief Keef?
Keef, who was born Keith Cozart in Chicago, had his first big hit with “Bang” in 2011. It was a slow-moving, simple song that was an instant hit with the young people on the South Side of his hometown.