Hailing from Chicago's South Side, Chief Keef Brings Rap Game to Alamo City Music Hall

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When you’re landing features on Kanye West albums at 18 years old, ya gotta be doing something right.

For Chief Keef, though, this wasn’t exactly an overnight matter. With a couple of mixtapes out that were garnering attention on Chicago’s South Side, and then landing a record deal with Interscope Records, showing up on “Hold My Liquor” from West’s 2013 album Yeezus, proved the rapper had certainly been making some positive career moves.



From creating a buzz in Chi-town’s underground street rap community to becoming one of the best-known young artists in the game, Chief Keef’s longevity in the business doesn’t look like it’ll be called into question anytime soon.

$22-$89.50, Thu May 24, 8pm, Alamo City Music Hall, 1305 E Houston St., alamocitymusichall.com.



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