When I spoke with Pusha T a few months back, he said that he wants his new album My Name Is My Name to be one that you play in your car when you want attention. Loud enough to shake the trunk off or crack the pavement beneath. At it's most brash, King Louie's Jeep Music certainly fulfills that criteria, but it also have a few R&B-and-autotune laced tracks that aim to turn your automobile into a by-the-hour motel. As he's royalty of Chicago Drill scene, Louie keeps the production in-house, still spiking his drug and sex raps with his own potent strain of weirdness.
- CHART TV