"Pull Up" - Chief Keef [SoundCloud Audio]

Justin Stanger

by Justin Stanger

Published January 16, 2014

Chief Keef spits threatening raps on his new single, "Pull Up." The trap sounding track is produced by 12 Hunna, and features the Chicago rapper in his distinct style of violent wordplay. The song will be featured on his upcoming mix tape, Bang 3, which is scheduled for release on March 3.

"I just heard the opps pulling up, we ready to fire them pussies up, we been in a lot of bullet wars, and we done bought a lot of bullets for 'em," he mumbles. Due to his run-ins with the law and Chicago's title as the murder capital, the raps come off very believable. The slurred vocals of Keef work perfectly over the knocking bass, making the track an impressive trap anthem.

The threats in "Pull Up" may be a response to the alleged diss lyrics aimed at Keef by Migos. The Atlanta trio's "Jealousy" is supposedly a response to Keef's Twitter remarks towards them. Watch the video for "Jealousy" here on Zumic.

Source: elevator_ SoundCloud Page
Via: Complex

Chief Keef
Hip Hop Mid-West Rap Trap
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