|Birth Day:||December 27, 1987|
|Birth Place:||Chicago, United States|
Born Louis Johnson and best known by his stage name as either King Louie or King L, he is a Grammy-nominated songwriter for his contributions to the Kanye West track "New Slaves." He also performed a verse on the Kanye song "Send It Up."
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He used to hand out CDs at bus stops and parties. He released his first mixtape in September of 2007.
King Louie was born Louis King Johnson Jr. in the Eastside of Chicago, Illinois on December 27, 1987. He attended Hyde Park Academy High School for a while before graduating from alternative school.
After attending high school, King Louie began building a following through one-on-one mixtapes. He would hand out CDs at bus stops and parties. King Louie released his debut mixtape entitled Boss Shit in September 2007, and the next year released his second mixtape Cloud 9 on December 2009.
In 2012, during a trip to Los Angeles, California, King Louie met and signed with Epic Records. While on his trip, Kanye West's record label GOOD Music released a remix of a song by Chicago hip-hop artist Chief Keef. During the release, West took time to mention numerous other up and coming artists, including King L. King Louie was later quoted on MTV's Sucker Free program that he was shocked and not aware that West was a fan. He would later appear on West's Yeezus, performing a verse and the hook on the track "Send It Up". He was shot in the head in Chicago on December 23, 2015 and survived the shooting.
Currently, King L is 33 years, 2 months and 10 days old. King L will celebrate 34th birthday on a Monday 27th of December 2021.
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