Last year was a rollercoaster ride of headlines for 17-year-old Chicago rapper Chief Keef (aka Keith Cozart). His video for mixtape single “I Don’t Like” went viral with more than 20 million views on YouTube, charted on multiple Billboard charts with only his own Glory Boys Entertainment to back it, and landed him a major distribution deal with Interscope after a rumored bidding war. But somewhere along the way, between the signing and dropping his debut full-length, Finally Rich, in December, things took a definite downturn. Keef posted Tweets mocking the death of 16-year-old rapper Joseph 'Lil JoJo' Coleman (Keef claims his Twitter account was hacked), traded words with Lupe Fiasco (and threatened to smack him via his Twitter ), missed a video shoot with 50 Cent and Wiz Khalifa for Finally Rich single "Hate Being Sober," Instagram'd a photo of himself getting head, and violated the rules of his probation shooting guns with Pitchfork.com (the video was taken down from the site but confiscated by authorities). So, what about his music? Sing-song catchy rhymes slurred, snarled and stuttered over so-so production, with a marked cynicism to the lyricism. Rumors online at the time of this writing claim the "Finally Rich" tour might not happen, so don’t be surprised if this show gets mysteriously canceled.