Chicago rapper Chief Keef is prepping the release of his debut album, Finally Rich, due Dec. 18 via Interscope Records. For the effort's artwork, the "I Don't Like" creator tapped photographer Jeff Forney to shoot the visuals. The BoomBox has an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at what went down as he got in front of the camera to capture the right looks for his album packaging.

The 17-year-old Glory Boyz Entertainment founder, born Keith Cozart, heads to a warehouse, where he poses against cement walls while wearing designer threads. He blows billows of smoke and even throws on a straightjacket for some left-field fun.

Stylist Fatima B. appears in the visuals, tightening up the straps on the rhymer's mental institution-inspired attire.

Look for a pre-order of Chief Keef's Finally Rich Nov. 27.

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