Lou Phelps is back at it, with brotherly love by his side. Kaytra's latest collaboration with his sibling under the Celestics banner allows Lou Phelps the freedom to explore his ideal romantic situation. Although the process brings him closer to a state of knowing, Lou is keen on moving mostly-low-key. His famous brother Kaytranada has been receptive to these changes himself.
"Miss Phatty" is still a record eschewing favoritism, even if the title describes a shapely figure. Lou's prospects can only only go up from here, as his September 21st album drop on Last Gang Records is sure attract some form of attention. The album titled 002 / Love Me hopes to superficial stardust associated with young love.
“Miss Phatty encourages the kids to go to the stripclub and to fall in love with them," Lou is quoted as saying. "002 / Love Me is me telling relatable love stories that I have lived, imagined, fantasized about. It contains the good and bad and the ugly of a relationship."
Check out the lead single "Miss Phatty."
I want the sweet sweet
I'm not the type
That got a type
Because If I had a type
I'd never have a girl
Let me get that number uhh.