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King Louie – ‘Jeep Music’ Mixtape Review

Clocking in at a relatively brief 40 minutes, King Louie’s Jeep Music, is a familiar yet enjoyable and comforting dose of new material from one of the preeminent figures at the front of Chicago rap’s recent resurgence. It’s become easy to lump the hotbed of talent coming out of the Windy City into one singular subgenre known as “drill music,” but Louie has always maintained a conscious balance between his appreciation for the dark, brooding, head-banging elements of “drill” with a tendency to also dabble in a less brash, more melodic, euphoric sound that finds precedence somewhere near Zaytoven-esque Southern ...

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