Tag: King Louie
Bet you didn’t see this coming did you? In honor of Mano’s birthday (wish him a HBD if you see him today), the Treated Crew don decided cut loose this official remix of Holt’s “Night Call,” featuring some exclusive new raps from the King of all Louie’s. We call it a winner, and you should dial it up directly below.
Stay tuned for more and more announcements from Mr. Holt throughout the rest of May. It’s only the beginning.
Fetty Wap was in Chicago for a few days this week for promo and a show, and while in the Windy City, Fetty took some time out of his schedule to link with King Louie to record a new joint for Louie’s long-awaited project, Drilluminati 3. Not much is known about the record, but keep an open eye for this collabo to leak out in the near future, and hit the jump to see the two artists vibing in the lab.
New Lou, with Scrap riding shotgun. Tonight they bring you straight “Members” music, but do remember that this club is members only, and without an invite you can’t join. It’s private. And your membership application likely got lost in the mail. Too bad, so sad.
But hey, Louie’s not only a client, he’s also the president. Check it up top.
Produced by Chief Keef and Da Internz.
The wait is over. DJ Pharris’ remix of Chief Keef’s “Faneto,” featuring King Louie, Lil Bibby and G Herbo, is finally here. If you heard it wasn’t coming, then you heard wrong. Is this the remix to end all remixes? We shall see. The original has been massive so far, so this all-star version should really push it over the edge.
Update: now with Full/CDQ including Lil Durk’s verse.
You may or may not have known, but yesterday marked 20 years since the death of Mexican American singer/songwriter, Selena. God bless the dead. In honor of the 20 year mark, King Louie has decided to cut loose another dedication to the fallen singer, this time featuring Jessie Reyez, for the heartfelt “It Hurts (Selena).”
After hearing Louie’s super-popular “Till I Meet Selena,” now this, you may be wondering just what Louie’s connection to Selena might be. Well, I’m here to explain that to you. Louie grew up in a Mexican neighborhood, and was a young child when Selena was tragically murdered. Louie’s neighbors were devastated by Selena’s death, and the reaction to her passing has always stuck with him. He wasn’t a fan of her music at the time of her passing, but as time has progressed, he’s grown to admire and cherish her work. Louie never saw a community react to a death quite like his neighbors reacted to Selena. Not Biggie, not 2Pac. But Louie hopes to be remembered like Selena when its his time to go. Eerie, but accurate.
Selena would have been 24 years old just two weeks after her death — the same exact age as featured singer, Jessie Reyez. There’s a lot happening here, so take a deep breath and enjoy it all. R.I.P. to Selena, and remember her with this new Louie and Jessie record. It still hurts.