Staten Island-bred MC Lou From Paradise is creating a new lane for himself to charge down with his new “Crash Dummy” offering.
After joining linking up with seasoned producer Statik Selektah earlier this year, MC Lou From Paradise is creating a new lane for himself to charge down with his new “Crash Dummy” offering.
Following his recent “Not Dead Yet!” and “Ransom” singles Lou From Paradise links up with burgeoning producers Jacobi and Kountdown for his block party anthem “Crash Dummy” visual single.
Leaning into his inherently flee, recklessly dope steez, the video for “Crash Dummy” features Lou and the homies crashing out the neighborhood Bodega and beating down their burroughs’ blocks in a fire red Ferrari 458 just because.
Even though it’s clear Lou From Paradise is solidified, and lyrically as sharp as he was nearly three years ago at the height of his Painkiller Paradise album arc, “Crash Dummy” feels like a warning shot for what the MC has in store for the remainder of 2021.
Additionally, Lou From Paradise has increased his lyrical reps tenfold this year, providing a noteworthy appearance on New Jersey rapper Ransom’s Heavy Is The Head album, along with joining forces with veteran producer Statik Selektah for his Not Dead Yet! EP earlier this year.
In an exclusive Instagram live interview with DROPSMEDIA last week, Lou discussed working with RZA on the film soundtrack last year and how that lead to an upcoming feature with Method Man and more.
Watch the official video for “Crash Dummy” below.