Drake Loves Chief Keef’s Song ‘Love Sosa’

Young Money Cash Money Artist Drake has officially co-signed newly signed Interscope artist Chief Keef song “Love Sosa.”

Drake took to Twitter to shout out the Chicago emcee and reveal he has listened the track 130 times.

“Love Sosa has at least 130 plays in the last 3 days,” he wrote.

Producer Young Chop, who brought Chief Keef his first success with widely popular song “Don’t Like,” produced the track. The track is slated to appear on the “3Hunna” rapper’s upcoming album.

Chicago rapper Chief Keef revealed on Twitter that his highly anticipated mixtape “Finally Rich” would now become his debut album release.

“Finally Rich Is No Longer A Mixtape It’s A Album #AAlbumDatWillNeverBeForgotten,” he wrote.

The “Don’t Like” rapper told This Is 50’s host Young Jack Thriller he named his mixtape “Finally Rich” because “everybody else got finally famous.”

News of Chief Keef’s album has come as a surprise to many since the rapper has been heavily promoting a mixtape.

“I got a mixtape coming out right now, but then I’mma do my album,” he told Power 105’s “The Breakfast Club.” But I got a mixtape called Finally Rich.”

The Chicago emcee revealed on Twitter his album will be dropping Nov. 27 in stores.

“11/27 In Stores Near U #300,” he wrote.

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