Tadoe Releases Chief Keef Presents: No Guts No Glory With Fear Striking New Video for “Its Up”

Glo Gang signee, Tadoe has released his fan anticipated album, Chief Keef Presents: No Guts No Glory. In conjunction with the album, the Chicago native has also shared a menacing new video for “It’s Up,” a pole-toting visual directed by Colourful Mula that’s sure to make any potential adversaries rethink their approach. Tadoe’s new album and visual arrive swiftly after last week’s release for “CPR” featuring Chief Keef, which has already accrued over 400k views on Youtube.

“He thought it was swisher sweet, until he got his ass smoked like a Christmas tree”
Cheif Keef Presents: No Guts No Glory represents the courage and strength Tadoe has summoned in pursuit of growth, both in his personal life and artistically. Executive produced by Chief KeefNo Guts No Glory showcases Tadoe’s refined voice and composed demeanor. The album boasts hard hitting features from No Plug, Boss Moo, and Lil Yachty, who makes an appearance on the braggadocios “Get it Bussin” (2M+ views). Of course, no Tadoe project would be complete without contributions from his fellow Glo Gang label mates Ballout and Chief Keef, who appear on “Nick JR” and “Lamb Truck,” respectively.
Tadoe began his career as a rapper in the early 2010s as a member of Chief Keef’s Glory Boyz Entertainment (GBE). Soon after releasing his debut single, “Turn Up” featuring Soulja Boy and Fredo Santana, Tadoe cemented his status as one of the pioneers of Chicago’s drill scene. His debut project Molly Water was released in 2013 and shortly after, his sophomore effort, Da ShooterIn December of 2014, Tadoe released his album Thotties, Thoinks, & Joints, followed by Rise of The Glo Gang Empire in 2015, a joint project with Ballout. Tadoe’s most recent album The Gloden One was released in 2018 and bumped him over 100 million streams on Soundcloud. The Chicago native has been featured on a plethora of Chief Keef singles and has previously collaborated with Trippie Redd on “I Kill People” (100M+ views).