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.
"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.
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.
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.
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.
At on point during DJ Sean Mac’s Trap Vs. Drill 6 mix (as FSD points out), an unreleased King Louie joint fades in.
While the official title is still a mystery, "Can't Say No" is the working title that's going around.
Asaad, formerly known as Saudi Money released his Flowers II mixtape earlier in the week. The project sported 13 new tracks tracks from the rapper, including the recently released leak, "Alejandro Jaradowsky Flow" with Ab-Soul.