Keeping up the female trend… Louie Moe of course taps a female director to bring her record to life. The Shanice Raynell
-directed visual does just that — continuing to push forward the significance behind this female empowering anthem. The pro-feministic anthem encourages women to focus on themselves rather than being distracted by outside influences.
In the visual, Louie appears to be having the time of her life as she laughs, dances, and twerks her night away in a hotel surrounded by friends. You can also see scenes of Louie rapping to the camera in a stylish pink two-piece intermixed with scenes of her in Louis Vuitton pajamas. Throughout the record, Louie raps about not tolerating bullsh*t from anyone, particularly men, and quickly cutting them off if “they act funny.”
“You can’t be bae if you ain’t never blow da pistol, shooters get to shoot their shot, they better throw a missile,” she says.
Letting everyone know that she doesn’t mess around and that whoever is brave enough to shoot their shot better come correct.
Born on the West Side of Louisville, Kentucky, Louie Moe comes from a big family with six sisters who were all raised by her mother. At the tender age of 7, Louie began tinkering with music before her passion for the art grew. Listening to the music her uncle shared with her as a kid is one of Louie’s fondest memories. Growing up in the hood, Louie experienced both the pros and cons of it. Despite missing a significant amount of school due to her family’s frequent moves, Louie graduated from high school with honors.
Louie Moe’s musical debut came as her single titled, “First Day Out
(Remix). Her first official video for “First Day Out” went viral without any kind of label backing or promotion. This is because Louie stands out from the crowd because she isn’t afraid to say what she thinks. She produces a vibe that is instantly relatable whether it’s upbeat or laid back, bringing more than sex appeal to her records.
Louie has always found music to be a source of healing, and she hopes that her music has the same effect on others. Louie’s motivation for making music is to be a voice that cures others. She wants to curate the go-to music that people can listen to when they need to escape.
Louie writes music that is both entertaining and true to her life and experiences. Her biggest musical influences are NBA Youngboy and Tupac, while her biggest fashion stars are Aaliyah and Rihanna. Louie’s key career goal is to be successful enough to encourage others to follow their dreams the same way that she did. Louie’s brand is known as “Da Army,” and it continues to expand daily.