One thing that stood out to me about Louis Gray is he is never one to shy away from giving advice and encouraging others, to me in hip hop this is rare and much appreciated. Hip Hop for the most part is about bravado and boasts a "get yours I am going to get mine" mentality, this mentality I never really got and hope one day it will adopt the philosophy of networking, building and supporting its community. Louis Gray speaks from his experience and his extensive history in the game. With struggles, ups and downs comes experience which then in turn for artists comes material to speak on which Louis Gray has a lot to speak about (hence his extensive catalog). The man has passion and speaks on his passion, currently his focus is on the "Black Lives Matter Movement", the election, and the troubles he's sees in the world. He is not one to just go with the flow and let things be. If you are a conservative who doesn't see any issue with whats going on in the world or pro Donald Trump then I warn you now that Louis Gray is not your cup of tea. No one cannot say that Louis Gray does not have passion or that he doesn't have anything to say, with only an hour in my segment I feel we didn't even cover much ground about him as an artist so there will be a part two of this interview.
I would also warn the readers that my "Deeper Than Music" Radio show is a platform where artists can express themselves, this interview is filled with strong language with a powerful message.