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The two hottest emerging artists out of Chicago release a collaborative track titled “Rap Sh-t” off of Lil Reese’s Don’t Like mixtape, which drops tomorrow.

Chief Keef and King Louie have been on a fast track to success, each benefiting from the buzzing Chi-town hot bed of talent. With the massive success of “I Don’t Like”, Keef has managed to ride his momentum to a record deal, a Kanye remix, and a spot on MTV2’s Sucker Free: Chicago, a special on the upcoming talent out of his city. King Louie is not far behind, showing promise with tracks like “Val Venis.”

Expect Chief Keef and King Louie (who is signed to Epic) to release full length projects sooner than later, with both dropping mixtapes–Finally Rich and Showtime, respectively–shortly. Listen to and download “Rap Sh-t” below.

[Spotted at Fake Shore Drive]


Download: King Louie & Chief Keef – “Rap “Sh-t”


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