Chicago drill scene leader Chief Keef drops his latest project, 'Bang Pt. 2,' and it finds the 18-year-old troublemaker continuing to experiment with some of rap's weirdest sounds.

The mixtape includes a total of 19 new tracks from Keef, though several of them are skits that you'll surely skip over during a second or third listen. The Windy City rapper goes solo for almost the entire effort, calling upon only Tray Savage and Tadoe for the raucous 'Chiefin Keef.'

Other than that, it's all Keef, all the time on 'Bang Pt. 2,' which serves as the sequel to his breakthrough 2011 mixtape. And if you're not a fan of his work up until this point, chances are you won't be won over by this tape. It's in line with much of his previous releases, though he's clearly pushing the boundaries of his voice. 'Bank Closed' is Auto-Tune'd, garbled mayhem while 'Gotta Glo Up One Day' sounds like Keef's own take on Future's mumble&B.

You can stream the tape below and download it on Dat Piff.