Chief Keef‘s busy workflow continues, following his appearance in the video for Lil Uzi Vert’s “Bean” and Young Gravy’s “Tampa Bay Bustdown,” the Chicago-based rapper has combined two leaked tricks into a two-part single: “Woosah/Street Cat.” Offered alongside a nearly-six-minute music video, the single transitions to entirely different production, complete with different stylistic cues.
Shot at the rapper’s home, the accompanying music video sees Keef lounging around his spacious abode, swapping clothes (and Off-White™ ODSY-1000 laces) for the song change. “Woosah” kicks off with layered horns and Keef’s hazy delivery, eventually launching into a bass-y verse bolstered by twinkling keys and ticking hi-hats. “Street Cat” is comparatively confrontational, with synth strings lending a gentle counterpart to the snapping percussion and pulsing electronic accents.
Check out the “Woosah/Street Cat” in full visual above.