Chief Keef wants Jay-Z to drop an album and add him as a feature.
While everyone was patiently awaiting the release of Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, Chief Keef had his mind on a far more elusive record than Drizzy’s sixth studio album: Jay-Z’s long-awaited follow-up to 2017’s 4:44. In a recent tweet, the legendary Chicago artist made it clear that he’s both a fan of Hov and looking forward to his next solo album. However, Keef took his tweet a step forward and expressed his desire to work with the CLB-featured artist.
“Somebody tell JayZ drop a Album n put me on dat mf,” Chief Keef said on Thursday afternoon.
And while some fans may think that the Chicago artist doesn’t stand a chance to secure a collaboration with Jay-Z, think again. As Genius pointed out in their reply to Chief Keef’s tweet, Jay-Z did previously shout Keef on “APESHIT,” one of the highlights from Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s collab album EVERYTHING IS LOVE.
“I’m a gorilla in the fuckin’ coupe/Finna pull up in the zoo/I’m like Chief Keef meet Rafiki—who been lyin’ “King” to you? (Woo),” Hov rapped on the 2018 track, directly paying homage to Chief Keef’s fan-favorite track “Faneto.”
Given the possibility of a Chief Keef and Jay-Z collaboration, is that something that you would like to hear on Hov’s next album? And as long as the Hip-Hop community gets another full-length project from Jay-Z, would you even care?