A New Release Date For Chief Keef’s “Almighty So 2” Album Announced After Delay

A New Release Date For Chief Keef's "Almighty So 2" Album Announced After Delay

Almighty So 2 by Chief Keef will now have an official release date after missing the planned December window due to a delay.

Almighty So 2 by Chief Keef will now be available on April 14th, per its Apple Music listing. With the release of “Tony Montana Flow” and “Racks Stuffed Inna Couch,” two tracks from the project were first made public back in October.

Keef initially decided on a December 16 release date; however, that day passed without any updates on the album. The reissue of Finally Rich, his major label debut album, which included seven previously unreleased tracks, was a blessing for fans.

Keef had delayed the album until 2023, according to a tweet from Andrew Barber of Fake Shore Drive, but the complete edition of Finally Rich should keep fans entertained.


The follow-up to Keef’s Almighty So, which was published in October 2013, is titled Almighty So 2. Tadoe and Cdai performed, and DJ Scream served as the event’s host. The follow-up will also act as the official successor to Chief Keef’s most recent full-length album, 4NEM, which was released in 2021.

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