Chief Keef Talks Chicago and Kanye West on Snoop Dogg's GGN

“I’m kinda weird and not even weird though.”

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Chief Keef is the latest artist to settle down alongside Snoop Dogg behind the infamous GGN Newsdesk. It’s rare to see the Chicago native chatting so freely, but Snoop, along with some herbal-assisted relief, manage to get him talking about everything, from his favorite Chi-town food to how he felt when Kanye West hopped on his hit track “Don’t Like.”

Recollecting the moment when Yeezy hit him up, Keef recalls, “I didn’t think it was true. I don’t really remember, but, somebody said I was trippin’ though.” Keef also explains that despite having just released his latest project Dedication, he still has “computers on computers, desktops on desktops” worth of music. Keef talks about whole other rafts of topics, from his love of ice cream to why California is his favorite place to gig. You can watch the funny interview in its entirety above.

In other hip-hop-related news, Cardi B responds to comments on her “Bodak Yellow” video.

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