Tag: King Louie
Oakland emcee Philthy Rich enlists the help of Trav, Jim Jones and the Chi’s own King Louie for this new joint, lifted from Philthy’s new Sem City Money Man 2 mixtape.
Don’t forget — Tony, King Louie’s latest full length project, is available on iTunes now.
Directed by Nick Brazinsky & Dada Creative
Seriously, how good is King Louie’s latest mixtape, Tony? There’s a bunch of fantastic records included on it, and one of the fan favorites is without a doubt, “Till I Meet Selena,” produced by DJ L. Today we get the video to match the lyrical painting coated on the track. This video is pretty stunning, to be honest.
World premiere, anyone?
On Independence Day, King Louie released Tony — a follow-up to 2013’s Drilluminati 2 and one of our favorite projects that we’ve heard this year. The fifteen-track project is some of Louie’s best work to date and he’s already back with more brand new music.
Today, Louie decided to give the C-Sick-produced “F**k You” to his fans as a gift. And yes, right here on FSD is where you can find it. From Louie and Fake Shore, to you. Louie would also like to dedicate this record, which samples Jamie Foxx’s “I Need Security” , to Dreezy. Ha!
Louie’s Tony project is available for purchase on iTunes. Cop Lou’s latest effort after you give “F**k You” a listen below and remember — you heard it here first.
Directed by Thelonious Stokes
For his latest visual, Taylor gets down with King Louie for an ode to America’s most classic of automobiles, the aptly titled “New Chevy.” It’s the heartbeat of America, you heard? Louie and Taylor make magic happen here, and fresh off an MTV Jams premiere they bring it back to the internets. Watch it above and download Mainstream Music here.
His name is Louie and they call him Tony. And on this special holiday, King Louie blesses his loyal kingdom with a brand new 15 track mixtape. C-Sick, Bobby Johnson, DJ L, Leekeleek and others show up to give Tony that extra flare.
Flex with the King on this Gangsta’s Holiday below.
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.