Chief Keef Unveils 'Finally Rich' Album Cover

Chief Keef Unveils 'Finally Rich' Album Cover
When you're a rap fanatic, you come to expect a series of disappointing album delays. Fortunately, followers of Chicago rapper Chief Keef will be pleased to know that his major label debut Finally Rich probably won't be delayed. After a series of leaks, the rapper has now shared the album cover.

The relatively straightforward album art sees Keef blowin' smoke from a black couch, while he looks off into the distance. He's still rocking his signature dreads, but he's ditched his usual affinity for going shirtless, instead donning a black V-neck with some rock star studs.

In the last little while, Keef has unveiled the tracks "Dat Loud," "Kush Wit Them Beans" and more recently "Clap."

A tracklisting for the album has yet to surface, but we can almost guarantee it'll feature the viral hit "I Don't Like" and current single "Love Sosa," the latter of which can be streamed below.

Finally Rich is due out December 18 via Interscope.