|Jazz Got Me||Louis VI, Mick Jenkins, Emile Martinez||04:02|
|Black Opus||Louis VI, Moses Boyd, David Mrakpor||04:01|
|YONN MANMAN LATÉ||Louis VI, Moses Boyd||05:02|
|Unplug||Louis VI, Durand Bernarr, Bluestaeb, Dozer Carter||04:00|
|Strange Human Emotion Called Fear||Louis VI||03:04|
“Those that are the least responsible for climate change are on the front line, suffering the most. The places that we’re proud to be from as people of colour in the west, the flags that we rep at Carnival, are being sacrificed for the gains of politicians & companies. The same colonial hand that took our ancestors & enslaved them; is the same hand that’s attacking indigenous communities & nature, destroying the planet for greed. We need to step up & understand that this is our planet to take care of… we need to remember how to be Earthlings again.” Inspired by his experiences of growing up in a rough but culturally vibrant part of Camden, North London, as well as his deep love for nature; Louis’ Caribbean (Dominica), French, & British heritage partly explains his alternative & worldly interpretation of London hip hop & jazz; the rest comes down to his openess to experimenting both musically & visually, his clearly humouress & satirical personality that balances the gravity of some of the topics he touches on. Having collaborated with some of the highest calibre musicians across genres e.g. Mick Jenkins, Nightmares On Wax, Lex Amor, Durand Bernarr, Oscar Jerome, Moses Boyd, Tom Misch, Joe Armon Jones, Frank Ocean, Jelani Blackman to name just a few, this next chapter is set to see Louis finally rise up to claim his spot. 'EARTHLING' will be the hotly-tipped album from musical all-rounder Louis VI due in 2023.