It is the lastest and popular song ,which is charming and attract many people’s attention.
Last night, Chief Keef dropped off Finally Rollin 2, his 5th project of the year. The tape is mostly made up of freestyles over both old-school and new-school Atlanta beats. The few original tracks feature beats from ATL producers, too, including Sonny Digital, TM88, and Zaytoven, who produced the standout cut “Foes.” Zay might be the producer with whom Keef has the most chemistry at this point in his career. As he’s done with Migos, he has a clear sense of what kind of beats will inspire catchy flows from Sosa.
Keeping in line with the rest of the tape, the “Foes” beat has a ’00s Atlanta feel to it, and though we know Keef can still do drill, we like this throwback sound he’s trying out. He sounds less self-serious, allowing himself to show off his natural pop sensibilities. The song revolves around the infectious hook, but Sosa manages to retain a steady, uptempo flow through the whole track, with many entertaining punchlines along the way.