What are Kanye and Chief Keef up to? Here’s a taste

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It’s just a little lick, a few seconds of Kanye West keyed up in Auto-Tune mode, but Keith “Chief Keef” Cozart has released a sample of a collaboration with Yeezy.

He posted it on Instagram, one of his favorite social media tools.

There’s no shot of either rapper in the video, just about 15 seconds of music and a view from a dashboard (Keef’s Bentley?) and five lanes of traffic.

But you can tell it’s Keef from his blinged-out, sundial-size watch, also visible in this Sun-Times interview at his birthday concert Wednesday night at The Attic in Los Angeles.

Keef, who turned 19 on Friday, says he’s focusing on his new album, “Bang 3,” which is supposed to come out at the end of September. He has released a song with A$AP Rocky and a week ago was in the studio with West finishing another cut that could be similar to West’s remake of Keef’s chart-topping, bravado-bolstering hit, “I Don’t Like.”

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