The Rap game is not a stranger when it comes to teenagers dropping albums, but this teen and his movement is a little bit different. Chief Keef drops his first major label debut Finally Rich with a few street anthems that might keep Keef around for a while. Love Sosa starts the album off after a mini skit that lets u know that Chief is about that life out there in those Chicago streets. Hallelujah is a track where Chief talks his slick talk on it impressive coming from a 17 year old.
The stand out track from the album is Hate Being Sober featuring 50 Cent and Wiz Khalifa, which features one of the better verses Curtis Jackson spit on wax in a few years. Diamonds with French Montana is a certified street banger. Understand Me with Jeezy is typical street talk on a record with some great production. The albums titled track Finally Rich features a clip from Youtube when Chief Keef had came home from jail. The title song explains a lot for people that want to know what Chief Keef is about. Young Chop’s production gave this album a decent tone. Overall this album turned out to be an impressive debut from a young man that the media might misunderstand a little.