Tag: King Louie
Produced by Anthony Killhofer, M-16 and Tec Beatz.
I normally skip over tracks I’ve heard before when listening to a new project for the first time, but I decided to let track three on CyHi The Prynce’s Black Hystori Project play straight through a few minutes ago. To my surprise, the previously released “Huey” now features a verse from the city’s own King Louie.
Nor the tape’s ID3 tags or original back cover listed Louie as a guest feature on the song, so I’m sure I’m not the only person that missed Lou’s verse — if I am, I’ll gladly take my late pass. Either way, it’s good to hear Lou alongside another G.O.O.D. representative. Hopefully, there are more collabs from Louie and G.O.O.D. emcees on the way. Stream/download “Huey” below.
Go shawty, it’s ya birthday. We gon’ party like it’s ya birthday — with birthday drugs. Partake in the extracurricular activities courtesy of LeekeLeek’s official remix of “Birthday Drugs” featuring the crowned King Louie. We just say ‘yes’ to this track. Use at your own discretion.
Last night, King Louie and Chicago artists Jas G and Tony “720″ Collins joined forces for a one of a kind art exhibition at the Lacuna Artist Lofts. 720 and Jas did a full installation based on the music and life of King Louie, which was open to the public. Check out the recap from Potent Vision above.
On Valentines Day (February 14th, 2014), King Louie is partnering with Lacuna 2150, Tony “720″ Collins and Jas of Chicago for an evening celebrating the music of King Louie told through art. The exhibit will take place at the Lacuna Artist Lofts in section 4A9 and will be free for the public. The event will take place from 6p-10p, but be sure to get there early.
Check out the official flyer above and stay tuned for more details.
Directed by Hi-Def. Produced by DJ L.
Directed by Chiraq Marley
MUBU Gang brothers, FatzMack and King L, finally give us the official video for their “Hardbody Flintstones” collaboration from 2012. And screw your expensive video set and props, Fatz and Lou bring it to you live from the gas station. It doesn’t get much more realer than that.
A 2150 Production
Follow a day in the life of King Louie, as he hits the Chicago streets in an Uber and ventures to local haunts such as Exclusive 773. How does the MUBU captain spend his day? Well, push play to find out.
A 2150 Production. Filmed on location at Lacuna 2150.
A few weeks prior to the release of King Louie’s latest opus, Drilluminati 2, FSD had a casual conversation with Lou about the origins of the project, his influence on the drill sound, and how this mixtape differs from that of Jeep Music — his previous effort. Here, Louie walks us through the history of his career, and why he decided to get back to basics on D2. Enter the mind of Louie above — a must watch for even the most casual of King L fans.
Download Drilluminati 2 right here.
Directed by Hi-Def and Nick Brazinsky. Produced by Cityy Boy Beatz.
The title track from King Louie’s latest effort comes to life in the official video, which you can find above. Haven’t given Drilluminati 2 a listen yet? Click here and change that. Not now, but right now.
With March not too far away, SXSW has decided to reveal the latest round of artists that you’ll be able to catch on official festival showcases and there’s definitely some familiar names listed. Vic Mensa, King Louie, Rockie Fresh, Katie Got Bandz and The Hood Internet will be representing for the Windy and invading Austin, TX for official showcases, which have yet to be announced.
Hopefully, there will be more Chicago artists gracing the SXSW stages. Stay tuned for more info and be sure to visit SXSW’s official site for more details.