Tag: King Louie
Directed by DGainz
Wonna be a baller? Shot caller? 20 inch blades, on the Impala? Or nah? Here, Kevo and King send some stray shots at the wannabe’s out there in their new DGainz-directed video for “Wonna Be.”
Kevo’s Fast Life mixtape is due out soon — save your bandz for it.
Chicago is….. “Dangerous! I’ve lost 11 of my homies in the last 3 weeks” (c) @da_g2420 #nobodyssmiling
Last month we reported on Common’s plans for the cover art for his upcoming album, Nobody’s Smiling, which is due out July 22nd. Com decided to put together something extra special and meaningful for the cover, so he recruited a handful of the Chi’s top street rappers to join him. Artists like G Count, King Louie, Lil Herb, Lil Bibby, KD Young Cocky and Dreezy were all on hand to lend their support to Common’s Def Jam/Artium release.
Today, Common began teasing these covers, and now we get a better idea of what exactly they are. It appears they are album teasers and advertisements, featuring the profiles of the various rappers that also includes some choice quotes from the artists.
You can check out the G Count’s cover above and Louie’s below. I’ve also included the verbiage Common added alongside the photos. I can’t front, I’m digging the marketing on this one. Finally something different — that actually means something.
Shot and chopped by APJ Films.
King Louie recently joined EDM DJ/producer Gianni Blu in the studio to work on a new collaboration for Blu’s upcoming album, Building Life Uniquely. No word on when we can expect the record (titled “C’est La Vie”) to impact, but you can get a small taste of what’s to come from Blu and Lou in the clip above.
Produced by DJ L.
Tony Cartel and King Louie reconnect for “Money God” and pick up where they left off on their last collaboration, “Getting To The Money”. No word on where you can expect this joint to land but you can expect to see an official video for it in the very near future.
Listen to Tony and Louie’s “Money God” below.
Josh K slows it down a bit with King L in tow for a dedication to the ladies. Turns out Yeezy taught them. Of course he did — but you already knew that. He taught you well. This one is abound with pop culture references – you’re gonna like it.
Check it out below.
Common is back home in Chicago at the moment, and pictures have been popping up on Instagram and Twitter featuring Com with some of the Chi’s rising stars working on an undisclosed project and an undisclosed location.
Well, we just got word that Com is allegedly back home shooting the cover art for his new album Nobody’s Smiling, and he’s enlisted the help of some of Chicago’s finest for it. In numerous interviews leading up to the album’s release, Common proclaimed that he was fond of rappers like Chance The Rapper, Lil Herb, Lil Bibby and Vic Mensa. So today while shooting the cover of his new album, he reached out to a few of them to partake. King Louie, Lil Herb, The G Count, KD Young Cocky, Lil Bibby and Dreezy were all on hand to support Com on set. What exactly have they cooked up? We’re not sure, but Common discusses briefly in a clip below. You can also check out some additional pics as well.
Common also found time to shoot a video with Dreezy for a new track titled “No Good.” Business as usual.
Directed by 2150 Productions & Nick Brazinsky
The Drill Pack continues, and as promised Louie gives us yet another video from Drilluminati 2 project. This visual is for the crowd favorite, “RoZay Flow (Pt. II.)” A two for two Tuesday if you will. Can’t be mad at that. Shouts to Lawless on the assist.
Filmed on location in the legendary “White Room” at the Lacuna Artist Lofts.
Directed by Nick Brazinsky & Dada Creative for 2150 Productions.
Today, King Louie is giving fans something he’s calling the “Drill Pack,” which consists of two brand new videos. Two for the price of none. What a great guy, right? Lawless Inc. has plenty of big things with Lou on deck, but for today enjoy the first of the Drill Pack with the clip for “ODB.” The pack is on them.
Download Louie’s latest release, Drilluminati 2 right here. Tony is on the way.
Filmed on location at Lacuna Artist Lofts.
Directed by DGainz.
G Herbo, King Louie and Spenzo join up-and-comer Reem on the official remix of “Chicago Conscious”, which you can check out an accompanying video for above.