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.
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.
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.
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.
King Louie is one of the most prolific rappers out of Chicago, releasing new projects on a fairly regular basis. That being said, he's been unusually quiet in 2014, with his last project-- the very underrated Drilluminati 2 -- dropping last December.