Bang 3 Pt. 2

Chief Keef - Bang 3 Pt. 2
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September 18, 2015 / Release Date
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The long-time-coming Bang 3 finishes a trilogy that has no binding agent but Keef’s own increasingly outsider voice, which itself mutates at an almost unsustainable rate. Keef carries a Bamm-Bamm slapstick and the weighty stick of loss, beating an unpredictable path of beats, hooks, and wordplay. It’s that play that might be his greatest asset, a ghostly sense of humor and disruption that flourishes especially when he produces for himself, which he does on 11 of these 26 ... read more
so this isn't quite as good but its still another ace set of tracks
a bit better than it's predecessor, bang 3, but still not as good as chief keef's debut LP. chief keef has some really solid production on this album, even though it was all done by other artists, it worked out really well with keef's voice. the themes of the songs were really stupid and what we always hear from him: about drugs, crime, and money. i think that chief keef should experiment a bit more with his sound, it might deliver a really nice project
fav track: pee pee'd (awful lyrics and ... read more
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Track List

  1. Pee Pee'd
  2. Wit It
  3. Bouncin
  4. Charge My Car
  5. Get That Sack
  6. Irri (feat. Lil B)
  7. Racist
  8. Gloin
  9. That Night
  10. It's More
  11. Og Fiji
  12. Tree Tree
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Added on: August 24, 2015