New music from Chief Keef is on the way.
While Chief Keef has been justifiably busy in his "Terminator"-like quest to track down Tekashi 6ix9ine after his crew allegedly bucked shots at Keef during a visit to NYC, he hasn't neglected his fans who are waiting for new music.
Keef's manager, Peeda Pan, went on Twitter today to release details about a new EP from Keef, titled Ottopsy. The front cover, the back cover, and the full tracklist are pictured.
The cover depicts a neon-blue skeleton, surrounded by word from an autopsy report. The skeleton is sporting Chief Keef's signature hairstyle, and wearing numerous gold chains. The cover feels very reminiscent of a corny montage from an episode of CSI. The back cover is similar, though it includes a few more details (for instance, the broken heart of a THOT).
The tracklist has also been revealed, though without having heard the tape there isn't too much to go on yet. Considering it's only an EP, Ottopsy will be a short project, only five songs long. Chief Keef will handle most of the tracks alone, with Tadoe featuring on the closing song, "Randomly."
The EP is confirmed to be dropping tonight, at midnight. The EP is already available in the New Zealand iTunes store, and the page features a release date of the 6th of June.
Given all the attention placed on Chief Keef recently, it will be interesting to see what kind of music he decides to put out. You can check out both covers and the tracklist for his Ottopsy EP below.