Tag: King Louie
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Louie is lowkey hitting all of his shots right now. He’s on fire. And he continues his 2014 terror by jumping down with MTG for the the haunting “All The Time.” Times up for the non-believers, and this joint is another feather in Lou’s cap this year.
MTG isn’t too shabby here either, while Leek crushes the instrumental.
Video by Jack Edinger
On August 21st, Colt 45 joined forces with Fake Shore Drive and 1833 Presents for a once in a lifetime Juicy J party/concert/extravaganza. We held court at Reggies Rock Club in Chicago for an action packed night featuring a secret live performance from the Juice Man, which included a revolving door of Chicago’s top stars.
Not only were fans, fam and lucky ticket winners treated to a freebie Juicy set, but also surprise appearances from the likes of Chance The Rapper, Jeremih and Katie Got Bandz. King Louie was also a surprise act on the bill, who tore the house down with his endless string of hits before Juicy graced the stage. Pulling it all together was the maestro for the night, DJ Victoriouz, who had the crowd going crazy with his spectacular DJ set.
It was a truly a night to remember. So if you attended and want to see a recap, or if you snoozed and want to see what you missed, we have a dope video above courtesy of Jack Edinger and Colt 45. Don’t miss the next one. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
A few weeks back, Minister Louis Farrakhan held a city wide outreach, inviting influential Chicago rappers, industry representatives and street figures to an undisclosed location for round-table discussions on how to curb violence in Chicago and abroad. Longtime friend of FSD, Antwone Muhammad b.k.a. Twone Gabz, played a big part in helping spearhead and organize the event, so we reached out to him for details and to also relay the message of they’ve set out to accomplish.
On Aug 17th & 18th, Minister Louis Farrakhan invited Hip-Hop Artists & Street Organization Leaders to a two day event that began with a powerful message he delivered entitled “Troubled World & What Should We Be Doing;” followed by a dinner with everyone and ended with a group discussion the next day to address the violence in Chicago and abroad. Minister Farrakhan also addressed some of the beefs throughout the music and street community. Some of the artists in attendance to this event included Jay Electronica, Talib Kweli, No I.D., GLC, King Louie, Katie Got Bandz, G Count, Spenzo, Treated Crew, Hustle Simmons, Lil Reese and Fredo Santana. Antwone Muhammad a.k.a Twone Gabz was instrumental in helping to organize this event along with others. This two day event produced a surge of inspiration to many that attended. Minister Farrakhan is currently organizing with others throughout the entertainment industry as well as the street in effort to decrease the amount of violence that is sweeping through Chicago.
Click below to see pictures from the events…
Louie Louie connects with Chicago R&B duo, The Gentz, for this ode to knockin’ boots titled “I Just Wanna.” Louie and The Gentz definitely slow it waaaay down for this one. Be on the lookout for their BedRoomMusic album, due out later this year.
Thursday, August 21st, 2014. Reggies Rock Club. 21+. Doors at 9pm. Juicy J. King Louie. DJ Victoriouz. Colt 45. Fake Shore Drive. 1833 Presents.
Yes, the venue and specials guests have now been announced. On top of seeing Juicy J LIVE FOR FREE courtesy of Colt 45, you’ll also be treated to a FREE King Louie show as well as sounds by DJ Victoriouz. It doesn’t get much better than this. No seriously.
Follow Fake Shore Drive (IG / Twitter), 1833 (IG / Twitter) and Colt 45 (IG / Twitter) for details on how to gain access to this once in a lifetime party. YOU CAN NOT BUY TICKETS OR GAIN ENTRANCE AT THE VENUE WITHOUT THE COLT 45 VOUCHER. If you do have a voucher or are on list you MUST arrive early. First come, first serve.
Pay close attention to when and where these vouchers will become available. You won’t want to miss this one. Trust us.
EVENT IS 21+ AND SUBJECT TO LIMITED CAPACITY
First, Drake performs a slowed down version of “Live & Die In Chicago” at the Drake vs. Lil Wayne show two nights ago. And then last night, Louie pops up in the club (The Mid) with Drake and the two of them perform “Till I Meet Selena” in the DJ booth. So what’s going on here exactly? A MUBU x OVO collabo in the works? Well, mums the word right now, but it seems these two have formed some sort of connection after meeting in Toronto a few weeks back.
My only question is, what’s next? Stay tuned is all I can say.
Tonight, the Drake vs. Lil Wayne Tour hit the First Midwest Bank Amphitheater in Tinley Park. Yo Gotti, Drake and Wayne all graced the stage, but Drizzy definitely won some Chicago support when he showed some love to two hometown hits — King Louie’s “Live & Die In Chicago” and Spenzo’s “WifeEr.” In the clips above and below, you can see Drake turning these two records into slow jams and then molding them into his set. Pretty big looks if you ask me. Well played, Driz.
During his recent stay in Toronto, Noisey caught up with King Louie at Gangster Burger to chop it up about working with Kanye, working on Yeezus, the late Pac Man’s influence on Chicago hip hop and more.
Check out the full interview above and be sure to grab Louie’s latest project, Tony, on iTunes.