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Chicago rapper King Louie aka King L has a new hit in his hands after just dropping “My H*es They Do Drugs,” ft. Juicy J and Pusha T. But for his latest video, he finally gets around to giving the visual treatment to his first big hit, outside of his hometown, “Val Venis.”

King L goes about the Windy City spitting his flows while kids chase money being thrown out of a car like he’s an urban Robin Hood. Apparently instead of ski masks, cats in Chi-Town pull off heists using gas masks. It’s real out there.

King L’s debut, Dope & Shrimp, is due out on Epic Records/Sony sometime next year. Watch the visual for “Val Venis” below.


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