By Jack Barnes

Choo E. Lou’s hustle raps and upbeat delivery match Harlem’s fast pace where he grew up in the Taft Houses. He adopted the “hustle or get left behind” mentality early on from both his parents, who prided themselves on providing for the family by any means. Choo E. Lou took on his mom’s playful nickname for him. But now the “E” stands for extreme. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump.

With musical influences ranging from Nas to Lil Wayne, writing has always been therapeutic for Choo E. Lou. He takes the weight of his soul and pours it out on paper. Dedicated to trapping, Choo E. Lou’s lyrics focus on making money and flossing in designer clothes, foreign cars, and beautiful women. He’s all about a buck, raising the bar, and ice-cold winning. Nothing less.

Choo E. Lou started Get It Town Music Group to help aspiring musicians carve their way into flourishing careers. Choo E. Lou is part of the Get It Town rap group, a perfect balance of uptown and down south rap, with members Ferrari and Dal J’ones. Last summer, they released Choo E. Lou Presents: Get It Town Vol 1 – a compilation EP entirely produced by King York.

Look out for Choo E. Lou’s first solo project Past Present Future (PPF): I’m Always Gettin It before the end of 2015. Featuring production from Nick Wiz, King York and Dee Aye, PPF shows a more evolved and aggressive side to Choo E. Lou’s music. “Red Eye,” produced by Dee Aye, is the first single from PPF.

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