Louis Freeze

Досье Louis Freeze




Адрес: США, Los Angeles
Происхождение: Havana
Дата рождения:2 Июня 1970
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Louis Freeze родился 2 Июня 1970 года. Он был рожден в городе Havana. Также, мы выяснили, что сейчас он проживает в городе Los Angeles, США. Louis исповедует либральные взгляды.


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I was born early in the morning on June 2nd in 1970, the son of a Cuban Refugee and a strict Mexican father. My mother was involved in an Anti-Castro group in Havana and escaped from prison to seek refuge in the United States. My father was into alot of gangster shit that seemed to pave the way for the things I would fall into in the years to come. My parents were both hustlers, though, and did what they had to do to provide for us.My father and I didn't get along as I was growing up, as he was trying to prevent me from taking the same path that my brothers did. It was all around me, though, and nothing he could have done would have prevented the choices that I made growing up

My first memory of getting into trouble was when I was about 12 or 13. I stopped at a deli on the way to school with a friend of mine, who began stuffing shit down my shirt. I just went along with it. Hell, everyone else in my family hustled, I might as well too. We ended up getting caught and I tried my best to hold in my laughter as my friend cried like a little girl in front of the cops. My gangsta days came soon after. I was introduced to Sen, who was the G in our city of South Gate, California which borders Compton and all those areas. He was feared because he hung out with alot of the cats from South Central and Watts. Everything kind of fell into place for me. I was never recruited in a gang or forced into it. I chose it. I started bangin' with Sen's homies, which was different from what my brothers were doing. I was with the Bloods, a black gang, when most Mexicans and Latins rolled with their own gangs. But those guys had my back so I never saw a problem with it. Once I started to bang with the bloods, things really started to get crazy. I remember many close calls and many shoot outs where my homies and I were dodging bullets. Most of this went down in the summers of 1986 to 1989. At that time, it was basically a war in the street. Alot of my material comes from that time in my life- friends getting shot, some getting lucky and living. Some not. I had alot of close calls myself.

I remember one occasion where I was on the block with 5 or 6 of my homies, bouncin a basketball. The ball hit the curb and bounced away. As I bent down to pick it up, a car rolled by with a guy sitting on the window ledge, aiming his gun over the roof of the car. When I ducked is when he started shooting. He missed me and caught one of my homies in the ankle. This lifestyle does catch up with you though, and one time I was not so lucky. I was at a party in another Blood neighborhood that bordered a Crip neighborhood and a couple of my homies wanted to make a weed run. Two or three guys decided to come with us to watch our backs, but unfortunately the one that was supposed to bring his gun left it behind. We got to a corner and car full of crips pulled up. I expected my homie to let some shots off, but since he left his gun at the party I was out of luck. One of the Crips had a rifle and let off 5 shots. The first one hit my homie in the forearm. The last one hit me. It felt like a charlie horse. I didn't even realize what had happened or how bad it was until I turned the corner and stopped to look to see if they were still after us. The bullet had punctured my lung.My homies took me to the hospital where I would lay on a gurney for 2 hours before anyone helped me. The cops came in to question me, asking me who shot me. Eventually they told me that I probably deserved it and left. That was one of my main motivations for writing "Pigs". I also wrote "Lick a Shot" based on that night

.I started to get into hip hop some time around 1984. Mellow Man was one of my first influences. He was the first guy I heard rap to my face and it really made a mark on me. I had been writing poetry in school for fun but didn't think about going into hip hop until I heard Mellow. I met Muggs in 1985 through Julio G who is now a legendary DJ. Muggs was my DJ for a while and Sen was with Mellow Man. Eventually, Sen came to rock