Chicago electronics and urban apparel store Exclusive773 dropped a mixtape called 773 on Sunday -- that's right, a store just dropped a mixtape -- and it features a different Chicago rapper on every song, including Chief Keef, Lil Durk, Lil Herb, Katie Got Bandz, and ZMoney. Pretty much every Chicago drill artist in the book. But the tape's standout song, "Pray For Me," belongs to King Louie.
"Pray For Me" was allegedly originally recorded for his debut album Dope & Shrimp, which never surfaced. Thankfully Exclusive773 came through to show this veritable Chi-city banger the light of day.
Stream the 773 tape below and let us know how you're feeling King Louie's latest.
My wife ain't give a damn of a happy home
Teenagers clapping chrome in these Chiraq streets
Killing tracks like I don't like beats
Let the mac talk to em, delete