Chicago legend King Louie returns from five-year hiatus with ‘Tesla’, announces new partnership

He doesn’t miss a beat.

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It’s exciting partnering with Machine and finally being able to get the music out to the supporters. Patience is a virtue, M.U.B.U.

Chicago, Illinois-native rapper King Louie announces his signing to Machine Entertainment Group with the release of ‘Tesla’, a new track that boasts his affiliations, his sex life, and his “superpowers”. It’s the rapper’s first release in five years, but he doesn’t sound as if he’s missed a beat.

If you like Drill music, then, you’d enjoy the Queen Key frequent collaborator as he is called “the Godfather of Chicago Drill Rap”. If you can remember, he appeared on the remix to ‘I Don’t Like’ by fellow Chicagoan Chief Keef Listen to the short but sweet track produced by C-sick below. Plus, stay tuned for more.


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