King Louie Songs

  • Flodgin
    Flodgin
    As one of the most consistent rapper's out of Chicago over the last few years, King louie is finally starting to get the look he deserves. While nothing has been officially announced, it seems as though something is being negotiated between Louie and OVO, but regardless of a Drake co-sign, the rapper's been pumping out regional hits, a few of which have resonated on a national level (though we'll never forgive whoever dropped the ball on "My Hoes They Do Drugs," which deserved to be gigantic).
  • Familiar
    Familiar
    Donnie Trumpet and The Social Experiment's SURF is the perfect project to put you in a good mood, and seeing as it's Friday you should already be in a good mood. So now you'll be in a good mood x2. The free compilation album not only puts the musical talents of Chance's crew on display, but it also features a who's who of rappers/singers, which fans were left to decode as no features were listed outright. 
  • Clique'd Up
    Clique'd Up
    Out of nowhere, King Louie decided to surprise fans tonight and release the third installment in his Drilluminati mixtape series. Dubbed God Of Drill, the project contains 16 tracks and features from PartyNextDoor, Fetty Wap, Dreezy, and more.
  • Hustle
    Hustle
    Milli Millz's Highway to Millz mixtape has been a long time coming, but things seem to be finally underway with the release of a new banger, "Hustle." The hustler's anthem will hopefully motivate Millz to get out his project sooner rather than later (!). Last we heard from the Montreal native, he dropped off "Ghost Town," and that was in March.
  • Pray For Me
    Pray For Me
    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.
  • Knight Call (Remix)
    Knight Call (Remix)
    Holt is the latest Chicago artist to receive a Kanye West co-sign, earning a position on the GOOD Music lineup earlier this year. Today, he shares a new record with another of the city's young talents, who, once again, got the nod from Kanye with his appearance on Yeezus in 2013.
  • Faneto (Remix)
    Faneto (Remix)
    DJ Pharris decided to shed some light on the Windy City tonight and release this new monster remix to Chief Keef’s “Faneto” record, featuring fellow Chicagoan’s Lil Bibby, Lil Herb, King Louie, and Lil Durk.
  • It Hurts (Selena)
    It Hurts (Selena)
    Yesterday was the 20th anniversary of Mexican pop star Selena's untimely death, and while we saw a lot of great pieces published in the singer's memory, there weren't too many musical tributes. Today, we've been given a new homage to Selena from a surprising source-- Chicago's King Louie.
  • Effortlessly
    Effortlessly
    Spenzo released his breakout cut "I'm So Sorry," which featured Young Thug and Meek Mill, last December, and it looks like his career is only picking up speed in 2015. He gave us five tracks last month, and here's his first new joint of February. "Effortlessly" hosts another big time feature--fellow Chicagoan up-and-comer King Louie, who was one of the only guys lucky enough to get a verse on Yeezus. 
  • In Love Wit Canada
    In Love Wit Canada
    King Louie dropped off two new joints today, as he preps his upcoming mixtape Drilluminati 3. If you missed it, his last project Tony made it onto our Slept-On Mixtapes From 2014 list. 
  • Right Now
    Right Now
    "I'm with your girl and she high off me" raps King Louie, rumored to be OVO's latest signee, on his newest track, "Right Now." Thought to be taken from his upcoming Drilluminati 3 tape, the song has him going in over a looped female vocal sample.
  • Public
    Public
    ZMoney was off to a great start about a year back, building hype off of a sound that paired minimal futuristic production with Gucci Mane-esque mumbled delivery. It seemed he may be the next rapper out of Chicago to blow up, but he was given a jail sentence at the peak of his popularity.
  • Tony Po Pimpin
    Tony Po Pimpin
    King Louie's dope, dark tape Tony, released back in July, is still one of the most underrated projects of the year. The "Sopranos"-inspired tape should probably be on your year-end list, but now Louie comes through with a track that's very different than anything included on it. "Tony Po Pimpin" is a low-key, auto-tune-drenched cut that has Louie singing for most of its 4:40 runtime.
  • Bandz, Bottles & Bitchez
    Bandz, Bottles & Bitchez
    Last week, King Louie received two new OVO tattoos on his face that had everyone assuming/interpreting that he was officially signed to Drizzy’s OVO imprint now. While nothing has been confirmed, Louie did retweet OVO crooner, Majid Jordan’s new video “Her” earlier today, indicating that OVO is indeed is home label.
  • Fashion
    Fashion
    The last we heard from Katie Got Bandz around these parts was way back in April when she spit some bars over Nicki Minaj's "Chi-Raq" instrumental. Today, she makes her triumphant return with "Fashion," a fresh new single featuring King Louie. Produced by C-Sick, this ode to the lavish life is a freebie for the fans, so feel free to download the track guilt-free. Shout out to FakeShoreDrive for the premiere.
  • Living In The Sky
    Living In The Sky
    Chi-town rapper King Louie decides to travel north of the border and connect with Toronto singer Jessie Reyez for his latest offering "Living In The Sky". Taking a break from his usual drill movement sounds, Louie slows things down here a bit and jump on a guitar-laced production from The Moose for this above-the-trees inspired cut. The track serves as a freebie before his album Drilluminati 3: God Of Drill arrives.
  • Try Me (Freestyle)
    Try Me (Freestyle)
    Last week, we heard Lil Durk try his hand at Dej Loaf's melodic street record, "Try Me", which worked pretty magnificently. It seems other Chicago rappers are taking notes, as today, King Louie has now taken on the shiny instrumental.
  • All The Time
    All The Time
    King Louie has been relatively quiet these past months, but that doesn’t come as a real surprise since he just dropped off Tony back in July. Today, the Chicago rapper decides to get back to the music and share with us a new offering “All The Time” featuring M.T.G. Trading verses over the eery & haunting production from Leekeleek, Louie and MTG deliver some braggadocious rhymes about getting hoes, money, and whips all the time. It follows up Louie latest freestyle over Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga”.
  • Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga” is becoming one of the most frequently used instrumental in the game these days. After hearing various freestyles from Juicy J, Problem, & Troy Ave, the latest artist to jump on the hard-hittin’ street cut is Chi-town’s own King Louie.
  • All On My Dih
    All On My Dih
    Born and raised in the Bahamas, Young Gii fell in love with hip hop at the age of 17 when he moved to America. Growing up in a single parent home, Gii decided to earn his living by cutting hair and staying off the streets. The artist and his music live by the mantra "you don't have to be gangsta to be real."  On his HNHH debut, Gii is joined by Chi-Town's King Louie for a hot new promo single produced by C Sick.
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