King Louie "You Love That Bitch" Video
King Louie finally makes a return today, with new music and the announcement of a new mixtape on the way. The rapper delivers "You Love That Bitch" as the first visual from his forthcoming Tony 2 mixtape. The video, directed by Brooklyn Wheeler, has King L taking over a hotel room with two twerking video vixens and wads of cash. In another room, bills are stuck to the wall, creating quite the wallpaper. Take a look above.
King Louie "I Might" Video
King Louie has already given a few interviews since he was shot in the head on December 23, and he's now dropped his first new music video. Though the video is new, "I Might" is over two years old, originally landing on the second installment of Louie's famed Drillimunati mixtape series.
King Louie Does First Interview Since Headshot Wound
Right before Christmas, King Louie was reportedly shot in the head while out in Chicago.
King Louie "Fuck Spike Lee" Video
King Louie decided to join in on today's numerous releases by dropping off a new mixtape called Play Dat Again. Released on the same day as the Spike Lee-directed movie “Chiraq,” the Chicago rapper decides to let go of a new video in support of the album called “Fuck Spike Lee,” which obviously is a jab at the NYC director.
King Louie "Like Louie" Video
After hitting us with a video for “Goofy” a couple months back, Chicago rapper King Louie is back in front of the camera today, this time sharing the visual for his Drilluminati 3 cut “Like Louie.”
The Twilite Tone Feat. Common, Lil Herb, King Louie, Saba "Put The Guns Down" Video
The Twilite Tone Feat. Common, G Herbo, King Louie & Saba
When Chief Keef affiliate Capo was shot and killed this summer, the attackers inadvertently ran over and killed a 1-year-old in a stroller as they fled the scene. It was a sequence of events that succinctly encapsulated Chicago's current gun violence epidemic, something a group of Chicago MCs is hoping to combat with a new video "Put the Guns Down."
King Louie "Goofy" Video
King Louie continues to keep the visuals coming. After hitting us with “Payback” a couple weeks back, the Chicago drill scene rapper decides to return to the scene with another one for “Goofy.” From rolling on the flow board to rolling the dice in the garage, watch as Louie and the squad stunt hard for the cameras in this Brooklyn Wheeler-directed clip above. Check it out.
King Louie "Pay Back" Video
After hitting us with the “Flodgin” release a couple weeks ago, Chicago’s own King Louie decides to return to the scene today with a new video for his freestyle “Pay Back,” which is a flip on James Brown’s classic cut “The Big Payback.”
King Louie "Why U Hating On Me" Video
While King Louie's most recent mixtape, Drilluminati 3, was a great, eclectic collection of tracks, his sole 2014 release might overshadow it, now that we've had the opportunity to step back from both releases and compare them. Tony now seems like one of last year's most underrated mixtapes, so if you still hav
King Louie "Throw Yo Sets Up" Video
We should be getting King Louie's Drilluminati 3 at some point this summer, and today, the Chicago drill mainstay shares a video for a new track called "Throw Yo Sets Up" that'll appear on it. Watch it above.
King Louie Feat. Scrap "Members" Video
King Louie Feat. Scrap
Following yesterday's feature on Chief Keef’s monster “Faneto” remix, King Louie decides to return today with some content of his own. Linking up with Scrap, Louie delivers a new video for their collab “Members”.
King Louie "Right Now" Video
Back in January, King Louie shared the track "Right Now" with us as a preview of his upcoming Drilluminati 3 tape, and today a video has arrived. As the song's central lyric is "I'm higher than a bitch right now," it's fitting that the "Right Now" video opens with a shot of Louie pulling on a blunt. Staying on-brand, the Chicago rapper also wears a Rasta-style beanie throughout.
King Louie "Made Drill" Video
King Louie returns to our pages with the official visual for "Made Drill." Off the acclaimed Drilluminati 2 tape, the video serves as the last piece of promotion for the project before Louie gets to rolling out its sequel. Shot by Kushedup Filmsz, the video pulls in and out of focus, giving it a low-quality, gritty feel that captures the tone of the piece.
King Louie "Fuck Nigga" Video
Producer C-Sick continues to expand his artist repertoire after rising to fame with help from VMG-affiliated rapper Logic. The producer has since branched out and given his beats to a variety of artists, including Lil Herb with the recent track "Frankie Lymon." Another Chicago spitter, King Louie, got C-Sick production on his record "Fuck Nigga", for which a music video has just arrived.
King Louie "Live & Die In Chicago" Video
King Louie is all about putting Chicago on as the place that raised him and made him who he is today-- which, right now, happens to be a rapper on the come up. The rapper drops off a new music video today dedicated to his native city, "Live & Die In Chicago." This one's a low-key banger, as King L pens a sort-of love letter to his city. The song first appeared on the rapper's mixtape TONY which dropped earlier this summer.
King Louie "Till I Meet Selena" Video
Despite appearing on Kanye West's experimental opus, Yeezus, King L is still something of an underdog of Chicago rap. It's too bad, because if you trace things back, he's one of the most influential artists when it comes to the city's current scene. In fact, you could probably call his early stiff proto-drill.
Taylor Bennett Feat. King Louie "New Chevy" Video
Taylor Bennett Feat. King Louie
A few months ago, we were introduced to Chance The Rapper's younger brother Taylor Bennett through his debut tape, Mainstream Music. Featuring guest spots from King Louie, Lil Herb, Rockie Fresh and more, the project showed us an artist with a similar voice to his brother, but a style that was definitely distinctive.
King Louie "B.O.N." Video
Fresh off the release of his Tony mixtape, King Louie decides to keep the content rolling today and release the official video for "B.O.N.". The song is produced by Jack Flash and serves as the intro track for Tony, which dropped earlier today. Check out the Elevator Magazine-directed visual above, then do yourself a favor and cop King Louie's brand new mixtape on HNHH right here. Thoughts?
King Louie "ODB" Video
King Louie released his Drilluminati 2 mixtape to cap off 2013, and he's still getting mileage from the project, releasing not one but two videos from the tape today. "ODB" is one of them, a syrupy auto-tuned endeavor that flips between a dreamy drumless and heavily-filtered chorus, and some pretty hard verses in contrast.
King Louie "Rozay Flow Pt. 2" Video
King L goes the somewhat animated route for his latest visual taken from his Drilluminati 2 mixtape. His "Rozay Flow Pt. 2" music video has him in an all-white room with the rapper dressed in black, while the sole object that is not completely white is his Macbook, which sits on a pedestal. This is spliced with some animated shots of the Chicago native. This video serves as one of two that King Louie dropped off today, the other visual is for another Drilluminati 2 cut, "ODB."