Chicago's King Louie is gearing up for the June release of his forthcoming Tony 2 project and to remind fiends of the impending drop, Louie shared the visual for his latest banger "How We Settle That."

The vibrant, colorful video, is simplistic yet packs a bunch. Scenes of Louie getting his art tatted while in a wheelchair is especially indicative of Louie's relentless, fighting spirit.

The Chicago rapper has been making a steady recovery since getting shot back in December of last year. Two days before Christmas, the 27-year-old was shot in the Ashburn neighborhood on the Southwest Side of Chicago. According to reports, the Drilluminati rapper was in a vehicle on S Pulaski Rd and W 83rd St when someone came up to him and shot him. The shooting left six people wounded and two dead with initial reports claiming Louie was one of the deceased. He was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn and a publicist later confirmed that a single bullet grazed his head but that he was awake, cognitive and talking.

Since December, Louie has been laying low other than doing a few TV interviews to talk about the ordeal and denounce gun violence in his city. This is his first music video since the shooting. Louie looks to be back in top shape and more than ready to get back in the rap game full time.

King L is also stepping into the world of TV and is set to star in the upcoming BET scripted series The Yard. Check out Louie's visual for "How We Settle That" above and keep an ear out for Tony 2 dropping in June.

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