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Chief Keef to release “complete edition” of 2012 debut album “Finally Rich” on December 16
Chief Keef announces "Finally Rich" complete edition album 

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Chief Keef to release “complete edition” of 2012 debut album “Finally Rich” on December 16

Chief Keef announces “Finally Rich” complete edition album 

Since 2012, Chief Keef has been one of the biggest rappers to come out of Chicago. That was his breakout year, at the age of 16. At the time, he was buzzing with his “Don’t Like” single, featuring Lil Reese. A massive remix with Kanye West, Jadakiss, Big Sean, and Pusha T was also eventually released, in late 2012.

In December 2012, Keef also released his debut studio album, “Finally Rich.” 15 songs were available in total, including collaborations with Jeezy, Rick Ross, French Montana, 50 Cent, and Wiz Khalifa. “Hate Bein Sober” with 50 and Wiz became the second biggest single from the album.

Now, Keef is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of Finally Rich. On Saturday night, he took to social media to reveal that a “complete edition” of the album is coming on December 16. The official 10-year anniversary is December 18. Seven new songs will appear on this complete edition version.

This announcement comes as Chief Keef prepares to releases his “Almighty So 2″ album, on January 20. This project is led by singles such as “Tony Montana Flow” and “Racks Stuffed Inna Couch.

 

Chief Keef announces "Finally Rich" complete edition album 

Chief Keef announces “Finally Rich” complete edition album 

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