King Louie Talks Label Situation With Drake’s OVO

King Louie sparked rumors he was signed with Drake’s OVO label in summer 2014. This came after the Mubu boss got Drake’s trademark OVO Owl symbol tatted on his face.

Young Jack Thriller of This Is 50 caught up with the Drilluminati 3” rapper for clarity on his OVO label situation and meaning behind the OVO tat.

“Drake, that’s the big homie. Shout out to OVO, man,” he said. “The thing about the tattoo, the owl say ‘Whoo.’ So whoo king? King Louie. I got the L over the owl. It’s my own sh-t but salute Drake nem, though.”

Drake sung King Louie’s “Live and Die In Chicago” during his Drake vs. Lil Wayne Tour at the First Midwest Bank Amphitheater in Tinley Park.

King Louie hinted he was collaborating on new music with Drake. This came following a concert performance by up and coming Toronto rapper Sha Hustle.

Louie posted a photo of himself with the “0 To 100” rapper to IG with a caption, reading, “#MuBu #OVO #JusWaitOnIt.”

Louie later revealed on IG that Drake is a fan of his latest mixtape release “Tony.” He further stated Drake said “Til I Meet Selena” was his favorite song.

“Drake told me #TONY go CRAZY he say #til_i_meet_selena his sh-t …..#iCantMakeDisUp #MuBu #OVO #JusWaitOnIt ##GodIsGood,” Louie wrote on IG.