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Love Sosa Lyrics | Exploring the Classic Chief Keef Song


Love Sosa Lyrics | Exploring the Classic Chief Keef Song | aka glo boys you gon get some boy disrespect

When it comes to iconic rap songs that have left an indelible mark on the hip-hop landscape, Chief Keef's "Love Sosa" is undoubtedly one of them. Released in 2012, this track became an instant sensation, propelling Chief Keef to the forefront of the drill music movement.


In this blog, we will dive deeper into the lyrics of "Love Sosa", dissecting its themes, analyzing its cultural significance, and exploring the legacy it has left behind. Join us as we embark on a journey to unravel the layers of this classic Chief Keef tune and understand why it remains a timeless favorite in the rap music scene.


Love Sosa Lyrics

[Intro: Jordan Gilty & Chief Keef]

I'm tired of motherfuckers in school tellin' me, always in the barbershop

"Chief Keef ain't 'bout this, Chief Keef ain't 'bout that"

My boy a BD, on fuckin' Lamron and them

He, he, they say that n*gga don't be puttin' in no work

Shut the fuck up, y'all n*ggas ain't know shit

All y'all motherfuckers talkin' about

"Chief Keef ain't no hitter, Chief Keef ain't this, Chief Keef a fake"

Shut the fuck up, y'all don't live with that n*gga

Y'all know that n*gga got caught with a ratchet

Shootin' at the police and shit

N*gga been on probation since, fuckin', I don't know when

Motherfucker, stop fuckin' playin' him like that

Them n*ggas savages out there

If I catch another motherfucker talkin' sweet about Chief Keef

I'm fuckin' beatin' they ass

I'm not fuckin' playin' no more

Know them n*ggas roll with Lil Reese and them

(Young Chop on the beat)

Love Sosa, bitches love Sosa, ha

O End or no end, 'Raris and Rovers, ah

'Raris and Rovers, ayy, broke boys, ayy, ayy

Bang, bang-bang, ah

God, y'all some broke boys, God, y'all some broke boys


[Chorus]

These bitches love Sosa (Ha), O End or no end (Yuh)

Fuckin' with them O boys (Ha), you gon' get fucked over (Bang-bang)

'Raris and Rovers (Bang, skrrt), these hoes love Chief Sosa

Hit him with that Cobra (Bang-bang), now that boy slumped over (Bang, bang)

They do it all for Sosa, you boys ain't making no noise

Y'all know I'm a grown boy (Bitch), yo' clique full of broke boys (Bitch)

God, y'all some broke boys (Ah), God, y'all some broke boys (Bang-bang, ah)

We GBE dope boys (Bang-bang, GBE, baby), we got lots of dough, boy (Bang, bang), hah


[Verse 1]

These bitches love Sosa and they love them Glo Boys (Ha)

Know we from the 'Go, boy (Ha), but we cannot go, boy (Nah, nah, nah)

No, I don't know old boy, I know he's a broke boy (Yeah)

'Raris and Rovers, convertible Lambos, boy (Skrrt, skrrt, skrrt, skrrt)

You know I got bands, boy (Bands), and it's in my pants, boy (My pants)

Disrespect them O-Boys (Ha), you won't speak again, boy (Again)

Don't think that I'm playin', boy (Nah), no, we don't use hands, boy (Nah)

No, we don't do friends, boy (Nah), collect bands, I'm a landlord (Bih, bih, bih)

I gets lots of commas, I can fuck yo' momma (Yeah)

I ain't with the drama (Nah), you can meet my llama (Bang-bang, bang, bang)

Ridin' with 3hunna, with three hundred foreigns (Yuh)

These bitches see Chief Sosa, I swear to God, they honored, ha (Ha, ha)


[Chorus]

These bitches love Sosa, O End or no end (Yuh, yuh, on God)

Fuckin' with them O boys (Ha), you gon' get fucked over (Bang)

'Raris and Rovers (Skrrt), these hoes love Chief Sosa

Hit him with that Cobra, now that boy slumped over (Bang-bang, bang, bang)

They do it all for Sosa, you boys ain't making no noise (Nah)

Y'all know I'm a grown boy (Bih), yo' clique full of broke boys (Bih)

God, y'all some broke boys, God, y'all some broke boys (Ah, ah, ah, ah)

We GBE dope boys (GBE, baby), we got lots of dough, boy (Ah, ah), ah


[Verse 2]

Don't make me call D. Rose, boy, he six double-O, boy (6hunna)

And he keep that pole, boy (Bang-bang), you gon' get fucked over (Bang, bang)

Bitch, I done sell soda and I done sell coca (Yuh)

She gon' clap for Sosa (Clap, baby), he gon' clap for Sosa (Yuh)

They do it for Sosa, them hoes (Ha), they do it for Sosa (Yuh)

Tadoe off the molly water, so, nigga, be cool like water

'Fore you get hit with this lava (Bang-bang), bitch, I'm the trendin' topic (Yuh)

Don't care no price, I'll cop it, B (Yuh), and your bitch steady jockin' me (Bih, bih)


[Chorus]

These bitches love Sosa, O End or no end (Ah)

Fuckin' with them O boys (Ha), you gon' get fucked over (Bang-bang)

'Raris and Rovers (Bang, skrrt), these hoes love Chief Sosa (Sosa, baby, haha)

Hit him with that Cobra (Bang-bang), now that boy slumped over (Bang, bang)

They do it all for Sosa, you boys ain't making no noise (Nah)

Y'all know I'm a grown boy (Bitch), yo' clique full of broke boys (Bitch)

God, y'all some broke boys (Ha), God, y'all some broke boys (Ha)

We GBE dope boys (GBE, baby), we got lots of dough, boy, ha


Love Sosa Lyrics & Song Analysis

The song begins with a powerful intro, featuring Jordan Gilty passionately defending Chief Keef's authenticity and street credibility against doubters and naysayers. This sets the tone for the rest of the track, where Chief Keef unleashes his trademark style and lyrical prowess.


The lyrics of "Love Sosa" paint a vivid picture of Chief Keef's lifestyle and the rough streets of Chicago's South Side. He raps about the loyalty of his crew, the "O Boys," and their penchant for flashy cars like 'Raris and Rovers. The chorus, delivered with an intense energy, proclaims the love and adoration that women have for Chief Keef and the lengths they would go for him.


Chief Keef's verses in the song exude confidence and swagger, as he boasts about his wealth, fame, and influence. He references his association with Lil Reese and the notorious GBE (Glory Boyz Entertainment) crew, showcasing the unity and strength of their movement. The mention of D. Rose, a Chicago basketball legend, adds another layer of authenticity and local pride to the lyrics.


"Love Sosa" embodies the essence of drill music with its heavy bass, hard-hitting beats, and aggressive delivery. It serves as a testament to Chief Keef's unique style, which propelled him to become a breakout star and a prominent figure in the rap scene. The song's impact extends far beyond its release, as it continues to influence and inspire a new generation of artists.

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