For over 10 years, Chicago’s Low End Professionals also known as L.E.P. Bogus Boys have entered doors many Chicago artists have never been able to even knock on. Their street blaze is hotter than a camp fire in a wooded area. L.E.P.’s lyrics have always been about the harsh living particularly on what is considered the “low end” of Chicago as they have grown up around it.
Selling more than 100,000 mixtapes on the streets of Chicago in every area, L.E.P. has been able to generate a popular base of fans. Their tracks have included industry guests such as rappers Kanye West, T.I., Bun B., and Dipset’s Jim Jones. Experiencing tragedy within their group, the guys have pushed their way through industry doors even harder using productive strategies to get their sound heard. Their story-telling abilities have gained them recognition with hits such as “Chicagorilla” and “ If Rap Don’t Work.”
Count and Moonie have made their appearances promoting not only an edgy Chicago reality, but hood fashions to go with it. The guys have often boasted about their clothing style in their songs and now have their own line of clothing with signature wear for the ladies and guys. Their latest video circulating, “Goin’ in for the Kill,” was produced by Megaman with a sample on the hook from British singer La Roux. The track gives the guys an upgraded presence of sampling versatile music at its best. Anyone in Chicago that knows the history of rap understands the depth of the duo. They have shown time and time again that their movement is a staple that’s here to stay. Their latest album “Don’t Feed the Killaz” drops Halloween October 31st.