Chief Keef, Polo G, Lil Reese + More Live Virtual Concert Goes Down Tonight

Chicago’s Chief Keef and Polo G are putting on for their city tonight. The hip-hop pair are slated to perform a live stream concert in partnership with event platform DREAMSTAGE.

Chief Keef and Polo G’s Live Virtual Concert

According to a press release, the 7 PM ET concert marks a major foray into hip-hop for DREAMSTAGE – a cross-genre premium platform for ticketed live concerts. Keeping with COVID safety precautions, the event will let anyone across the nation attend – virtually – for $19.99. Chief Keef has since hyped up tonight’s showcase.

“I am excited to get back on stage and perform for my fans. Every show I do, I try to give them an experience and October 23rd is definitely going to an experience. Dreamstage is a new digital venue that is all about premium quality, audio and video. Me and my bro Polo G will create a revolutionary performance.” 

Polo G also issued a statement talking about what he’s looking forward to sharing the stage with his hometown hero.

“Coming from Chicago and getting to perform with Chief Keef is already amazing, but getting to do it on Dreamstage is going to take it to the next level. Our fans have never seen anything like what they are about to experience. It’s going to be crazy!” 


Anyone attending the virtual event have a flurry of options from their phones to high-end streaming gadgets.

DREAMSTAGE is available on all mobile devices and PCs but its HD broadcast is best viewed through Apple TV where its vivid audio and video signal can be enjoyed through home theaters. While DREAMSTAGE was designed in response to the shattering effects on musicians of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is built to delight audiences for the long term. Its premium ticketed live performance audio/video platform is a dynamic solution for musicians of all genres allowing them to connect with their fans and monetize their performances. 


Chief Keef’s Mighty Return

In August 2020, Chief Keef blew fans away with his hard-hitting and Lil Reese-featured “Bang Bang” music video premiere.

“Bang Bang” marks the beginning of a new era for Mike, the song coming to fruition after having his hard drive stolen with over ten years worth of songs on it. The track follows Mike’s songs with Lil Yachty (“Pardon Me” feat. Future), Polo G (“Go Stupid” feat. Stunna 4 Vegas and NLE Choppa), Chloe x Halle (Catch Up feat. Swae Lee), and Gunna and Young Thug (“Dollaz on my Head”) and arrives after Chief Keef’s The GloFiles (Pt.4)released earlier this year. Those songs plus “Bang Bang” represent the beginning of what will surely be an onslaught of hits from Mike, who defined the 2010’s and sets out to dominate the forthcoming decade. 

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Chief Keef Heats Up

In August 2020, Keef left jaws dropped after sharing a shot of himself with a fire torch in his kitchen.