Chief Keef has installed a recording studio in his bathroom so that he never misses an opportunity to lay down some new music if inspiration hits when he’s on the john.

On Thursday (March 16), Chief Keef posted a TikTok video of him creating a beat while in his bathroom. The restroom has a toilet, walk-in shower, mounted flatscreen TV, and a desk containing some of his equipment.

Once Chief Keef posted the video, it received a ton of feedback from TikTok users. “That guy has already made so much money since he was young that he got bored and is trying new things [crying laughing emoji, goat emoji],” one user said.

Another added: “Keef does graphic design, producing, rapping, fashion, wouldn’t be surprised if he knew how to code.” Check out the clip below.


Bathroom studio #bike #glogang #studio #chiefkeef #colourfulmula #gloryboyz

♬ original sound – colourfulmula

In other Chief Keef news, the Chicago rapper recently announced that his new project Almighty So 2 is on the way. According to its listing on Apple Music, the new LP will now be arriving on April 14. The project was announced back in October with the release of two tracks — “Tony Montana Flow” and “Racks Stuffed Inna Couch.”

Keef had originally settled on a December 16 release date, but that day came and went with no word on the project. However, fans were blessed with the re-release of his major label debut, Finally Rich, which came with seven unreleased tracks.

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As fans await the release of Almighty So 2, one high-profile admirer, Juelz Santana, has shown some serious love to Chief Keef, labelling him the G.O.A.T. of drill music.

Taking to Instagram last summer, Juelz took a screenshot of Chief Keef’s debut album, Finally Rich with a caption showing him praise: “THE DRILL [goat emojis] @chieffkeeffsossa… GIVE HIM HIS FLOWERS… LIKE IT OR NOT BOY CHANGED DA GAME…”

Finally Rich was released on December 18, 2012, and debuted at No. 29 on Billboard 200, moving over 50,000 copies in its first week. The album was pushed by several singles, most notably the smash hit “I Don’t Like” which peaked at No. 73 on the Billboard Hot 100 and ended up on several year-end lists.