The name Taylor Bennett may not resonate with Hip-Hop fans just yet, despite a familiar face at first glance. Hailing from Chicago, he’s actually the younger brother of Chance The Rapper (born Chancellor Bennett).

King L (formerly King Louie) returns with a quick visual for “F**k Is These Ni**az” from his Drilluminati 2 mixtape. It’s safe to say that this is more about the message than creating a certain aesthetic.

There’s tons of bubbling talent in Toronto — production team Keys N Krates are definitely worth a mention. Today, they return with a revamped version of “Dum Dee Dum” that transforms it from a raw instrumental into a full fledged track.

It’s easy to provide commentary on how to change ailing communities like Chicago when you aren’t there to witness the living conditions firsthand. In turn, London-born filmmaker and photographer Will Robson-Scott traveled to the Windy City to get a vivid account of life there from its citizens in order to create his documentary, Chi Raq.

King L was already a well-regarded artist before he hopped on Kanye West’s “Send It Up.” Recently, our peeps at Moguldom Films caught up with the Chicago rapper to discuss his hometown’s nickname, “Chiraq” (Chi-Raq).

Jay Z’s “Tom Ford” is a fan favorite, production-wise, on Magna Carta Holy Grail. Rappers seem to agree, too. With that, we receive Chicago rapper King L‘s take on the Timberland-produced record.

The stats say that no song is exempt from getting a trap music makeover these days. Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” is the latest pop hit to get reworked with some hi-hats and hard hitting 808s. This version, titled “Old B***h,” comes courtesy of King L (formerly King Louie), and is the latest […]

The 5  are no stranger to putting on for their city, which is exactly what you can expect here in  their new video with King L., “We Do That Here.”

King L (formerly King Louie) counts his money and laughs straight to the bank on “More Bandz.” The Drilluminati closing track taps into Chicago’s trademarked drill-hop sound, complete with the hard hitting drums and hi-hats.

With 2012 tucked to bed, we at Hip-Hop Wired are already looking at who is poised to takeover in 2013. 

King L finally drops his long awaited Drilluminati mixtape. From the looks of the tracklisting below, the Chicago rapper’s latest offering plays more like an album than some throwaway tracks. 

King Louie gets melodic on the new video for “Pack So Loud.”