Tag: King Louie
The element of surprise…
No, your eyes are not deceiving you. Yes, this is a brand new King Louie EP. All unheard and unreleased material — that literally just fell out of the sky. They’re calling this Soprano and it’s seven songs strong. It doesn’t get much better than this, right? No talking, just action, and that’s what the MUBU captain did tonight.
This is just a little something to hold everyone over until Drilluminati 3 drops (it’s being carefully crafted and perfected now). But don’t get it twisted, these joints aren’t throwaways. They’re big records, produced by the likes of Jack Flash, J. Storm, Snapback, Lokey and C-Sick. King Louie is currently having the best year ever, and is arguably the hottest rapper in the city, so why not drop a FreeP for the people? It’s Soprano and it’s below.
Directed by DGainz
Gii’s very dope with the King of Louie finally gets a video — and today we get the DGainz-directed clip for “All On My Dih.” Get down on it above. Ha!
Directed by DADA Creative. Produced by Tony Roche and Plug.
Money, mula, dough, cheddar, guap — no matter what you may call it, Plug and Louie have a lot of it in their new clip. Press play and check out what these two cooked up above.
Last night, at an undisclosed location, two of Chicago’s titans got together to record some new music. Yes, Chance The Rapper and King Louie were in the lab together, but what they were working on remains a mystery. Could they be working on the new Social Experiment project, Surf, or perhaps something from Louie’s Drilluminati 3 — both of which are due out later this year.
They do have one collabo in the can, the remix for King Louie’s “Time” (the original version was on Jeep Music), that was never released. But this appears to be something new. We’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available to us. Looking forward to hearing the outcome, nevertheless.
Produced by C-Sick
Another Katie Got Bandz world premiere. This time it comes from Chicago’s Bonnie & Clyde, King Louie and Katie Got Bandz. These two have made magic on numerous records, most notably “Pop Out,” and today they’re back to spend some bands on “Fashion,” over this smacking C-Sick instrumental. You know the motto: spend it if ya got it.
Shot and chopped by Forman James.
This past weekend, King Louie took a trip to Columbia, Missouri for a performance at Mizzou’s ZouFest homecoming concert and party. Louie hit stage to perform “B.O.N.”, but the Columbia police department shut down the show due to unknown reasons.
That din’t stop Louie from filling the Midway Expo Center with the ‘Tony Ghost’, though. Lou opted to perform “B.O.N.” acapella and the crowd proceeded to assist, rapping every single word. Pretty crazy.
“B.O.N.” is definitely one of the hottest records from this year and this latest clip is just another piece of supporting evidence. Check out the footage above and grab Louie’s Tony project here if you haven’t given it a listen yet or have been under a rock for the past few months. Drilluminati 3 coming soon.
Directed by Money Strong TV. Produced by Paris Beuller.
AIM grabs MUBU boss King Louie for his new video for “On The Low,” the track for which was produced by Paris Beuller. This is nice — and a sound from Paris you might not expect.
Now that King Louie seems to have aligned with Drake’s OVO, his feature prices will no longer be on the low. Zing!
One thing we know for sure: Louie’s passport is tatted. He’s literally been all over the world actively working with some of the biggest names in music, and spreading his MUBU message. Today however, he heads north of the border to link with Toronto-songstress Jessie Reyez for the guitar-laced “Living In The Sky.” These two are above the clouds on this one — no question.
Directed by Kevin Wright Jr. Produced by C-Sick.
King Louie’s Tony project is one of his best in a while and one of the more underrated projects to impact this year. Before fully focusing on his upcoming Drilluminati 3 mixtape, Lou gives us a video for one of the many standouts (and my personal favorite) from Tony — the C-Sick-produced “F*ck N*gga”.
Watch the video for “F*ck N*gga” above and grab Tony here if you haven’t yet or been under a rock.