Chief Keef

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Boom 103.9 Presents

OPENING ACT(s): Lil Reese , Bok Nero

Fri 4/13

Doors 7:00 / Show 8:00
Electric Factory
— $30 ADV - $35 DOS | All Ages
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Keith Cozart, professionally known as Chief Keef, is a rapper, producer and designer hailing from the Southside of Chicago. At the ripe age of 16 Keef’s music videos for “I Don’t Like” and “Love Sosa” were met worldwide acclaim putting him at the at the forefront of Chicago’s hip hop subgenre of drill music. The popularity of these videos quickly led to him being signed to a major record deal with Interscope Records making him the youngest artist at that time to ever be signed to the label. After his time at Interscope Keef started his own record label, Glory Boyz Entertainment. Keef currently has expanded his portfolio to include fashion designer and app designer with his company Digiglo which recently released the Glomoji app. Keef’s next project “The Dedication” is set to be released Fall 2017, marking the third project he has released in 2017 thus far.


  • Lil Reese

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    A product of Chicago's South Side, Lil Reese, born Tavares Taylor, broke out of the Midwest with an appearance on "I Don't Like," one of the wrathful 2012 hit singles by fellow Windy City native Chief Keef. As the track was on its way to the Top 20 of Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart, Def Jam officially announced the addition of Taylor to the label's roster. Within two days of that, the self-nicknamed Supa Savage, who was 19 years old at the time, released Don't Like, a mixtape hosted by DJs Drama and Don Cannon. By the end of the year, Def Jam circulated "Us" and "Traffic" (featuring Keef), neither of which made an impact comparable to that of "I Don't Like." Taylor continued to record with other artists, including Juelz Santana and Chicagoans Lil Durk and Fredo Santana. The mixtapes Supa Savage and Supa Savage 2, released respectively in 2013 and 2015, were issued through GBE, or Glory Boyz Entertainment, a label founded by Keef and Fredo Santana. Another mixtape, 300 Degrezz, surfaced in 2016 with support from RBC.

  • Bok Nero

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    Philadelphia native signed to EDM giant Steve Aoki’s label Dim Mak. Bok Nero’s sound is very unique and represents the future of music. His music will envelope fans into a sphere of musical uniqueness by being a hybrid version of hip-hop, EDM, & pop that will truly represent his musical creativity.