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Chief Keef Documentary ‘The Story of Sosa’ Coming to Apple Music in December

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Tim Mosenfelder, Getty Images

While Chief Keef may not be dropping any new music soon, the rapper will have a documentary about his life releasing.

According to a report from XXL, Apple Music is producing a documentary based on the Chicago rapper’s life called The Story of Sosa: The Movie. The report claims that the film will cover a large portion of the rapper’s life, including his jail time, rumors of his death and landing a multi-million deal with Interscope. No other details about the documentary are known at the time but it will release in December as a way to celebrate the five-year anniversary of Chief Keef’s debut project, Finally Rich.

Earlier this year during an interview with the publication, Chief Keef revealed that former Interscope executive Larry Jackson, wanted to offer him a deal with Apple Music. Jackson, who is now the head of original content at Apple Music had his offer turned down by the rapper.

 

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