Posts Tagged ‘king louie’


November 26, 2014

Philly’s Asaad re-visits his mixtape ‘Flowers 2’ from earlier in the year with a brand new visual from the project titled ‘Block Boy’ featuring King Louie.

Asaad – “Flowers II”

March 28, 2014


Philly rapper Asaad follows up his 2009 mixtape ‘Flowers’ with a second instalment which features 13 tracks and two guest verses coming from Ab-Soul and Chi-Towns King Louie. The project can be streamed below and downloaded via Billboard’s Soundcloud page.

Dj V-Dub x King Louie x Katie Got Bandz – IDK

March 26, 2014

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It’s strictly a Chicago affair as Dj V-Dub rounds up King Louie & Katie Got Bandz for a rowdy freestyle called ‘IDK’ which will appear on V-Dub’s upcoming project ‘Savage Lyrics’.

Big Sean, Travis Scott, Pusha T, Katie Got Bandz, King Louie & Chance The Rapper Perform @ G.O.O.D. Music SXSW Showcase

March 13, 2014

It looks like ‘The G.O.O.D. Music SXSW Showcase’ in Austin, Texas was a lot as Big Sean, Travis Scott, Pusha T, Katie Got Bandz, King Louie & Chance The Rapper all took to the stage to tear it down!

King Louie – Tony (video)

February 28, 2014

King Louie gets his Scarface on for his latest visual ‘Tony’ which is taken from his most recent mixtape ‘Drilluminati 2’.

Tony Cartel ft King Louie – Gettin To The Money (video)

January 21, 2014

Tony Cartel keeps it in the trap and reaches out to fellow Chi-Town rhymer King Louie for his latest video ‘Gettin To The Money’ which you can purchase now via iTunes.

King Louie – Drilluminati 2 (official video)

January 11, 2014

King Louie comes with the visuals for his bass heavy, street life rapping track ‘Drilluminati 2’ which is taken from his mixtape of the same name and is available now via Datpiff.

WorldStar Hip Hop Takes A Look At Drill Music & The Chicago Scene (Documentary)

January 9, 2014

It’s not often that something good comes from Worldstar Hip Hop but their latest documentary bucks that trend as they take their cameras deep in to the streets of Chicago where they explore the Drill music scene and the violence that surrounds some of its biggest artists including Young Chop, King Louie, Lil Bibby, Herb, Lil Mouse & more.