Chief Keef Announces 'Almighty So 2,' Shares New Single "Racks Stuffed Inna Couch"

Fresh off the ninth anniversary of his classic 2013 mixtape 'Almighty So,' Chief Keef has announced the forthcoming release of its sequel, 'Almighty So 2.'

Chief Keef 'Almighty So 2'

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Chief Keef 'Almighty So 2'

Fresh off the ninth anniversary of Almighty SoChief Keef is gearing up to release the sequel to his classic 2013 mixtape.

On Friday, the Chicago rapper announced that his forthcoming project Almighty So 2 is on the way. A new single arrive alongside the news: “Racks Stuffed Inna Couch.”

The song follows “Tony Montana Flow,” which previously dropped on YouTube and has since been a hit on TikTok. “Tony Montana Flow” will be included on Almighty So 2. 

“I know I ain’t gotta do it, but I’m a pistol toter/Just in case the opps see me and be like, ‘There go Sosa’/Got a warrant, the cops saw me, like, ‘Let’s go, Sosa’/What the fuck you was just doin’ up in Mexico Sosa?/Shorty said, “When the last time you been in Chicago Sosa?’” Keef raps over Akachi production on “Tony Montana Flow.”

Serving as the official follow-up to his latest full-length offering, 2021’s 4NEM, Almighty So 2 will continue a prolific run for Keef. Over the past few years, the “Love Sosa” rapper has dropped 14 mixtapes, including eight volumes of his The Leek series, four installations of The GloFiles, and two joint projects with Zaytoven (GloToven and Camp GloTiggy). 

Meanwhile, Keef in June announced the launch of his new label 43B in partnership with RBC Records/BMG. His first official signee was Atlanta-based rapper Lil Gnar.

Stream Chief Keef’s latest songs now on all major platforms.


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