By Kevin Rutherford
Chief Keef will honor his late cousin by releasing some of the budding rapper’s unheard music.
According to MTV, Big Glo, who was formerly known as Blood Money, had unreleased music on the docket, possibly from reported sessions he had in the studio after signing to Interscope Records last week in Los Angeles.
“Finna Drop my Cousin Blood Money Song – Believe Ina Glo,” Chief Keef tweeted yesterday (April 10), while also noting that his cousin and collaborator had a “smile on his face” even when he was killed after being shot in Chicago Wednesday night, April 9.
Finna Drop my Cousin Blood Money Song - Believe Ina Glo—
AlmightySo (@ChiefKeef) April 10, 2014
He later tweeted that he had a song called “Mac10” from the rapper that he might release.
Big Glo/Blood Money, real name Mario Hess, was part of Keef’s Glory Boyz Entertainment, having appeared on the rapper’s “F— Rehab” just weeks before his death.
The rapper’s manager and cousin, Renaldo Reuben Hess, told the Chicago Tribune that following his signing to Interscope, he’d been granted a $50,000 advance. His manager was “trying to get him outside the neighborhood,” noting that rappers were “being targeted” in that area.