By Dominique Carter
One of the most influential artists to come out of Chicago this decade and the artist who helped make Drill music popular, Chief Keef, is set to have a documentary created about him released on Apple Music sometime during the Winter, most likely December. The documentary will be called “The Story of Sosa: The Movie.”
The film is set to talk about everything that’s happened throughout his life, including his arrest as a teen, being shot at by cops, his Interscope deal, the impact of his music, and much more.
It’s been a few years since Chief Keef has been at the peak of his popularity with songs like “Love Sosa,” “I Don’t Like,” and more songs off his “Finally Rich” album sparking his initial popularity and songs like “Earned It” and “Faneto” keeping him relevant. He’s had some issues with his label, though, which may have impacted him releasing music.
He also said in an interview earlier this year that he was supposed to be the first artist signed to Apple Music, but he decided to turn it down just because.
Chief Keef has definitely had a very eventful life, and he recently went on Viceland’s “The Therapist” to sit down and talk about it.
If you haven’t already check out his recently released mixtape “Thotbreaker” below and stay tuned for his documentary.