Keke Loco (Rapper)
Keke Loco also known as Lil Keke Loco is an African-American rapper from the Westside of South Los Angeles, California. Keke Loco made his debut in the 1990s with N.O.T.S. (Niggaz Off The Streets) the True Blue Trilogy thru Ain’t Jokin Records. Keke Loco is also affiated with the West Side Rollin 30s Harlem Crips (39th St and Denker Ave).
Keke Loco were involved in a feud with members from the Bloods & Crips (rap group) in the 1990s. Keke Loco made a diss track entitled “bustas on waxs” where he take aim at Bloody Mary, Redrum 781 (APG), Awol (KPCC), Big Wy (CMB), Sin Loc (KPCC), and many more. Keke Loco considers the members from (Crips & Bloods) Bangin On Wax, a disgrace to all real “Bloods and Crips,” its disrespectful to all the fallen gang members who lost they life over colors, it’s like spitting on their graves.
Keke Loco is one the most respected and loved Crip in South Central, Los Angeles. Lil Keke Loco has also collaborated with LA Crips, Compton Crips (CC Ridaz), and Watts Crips. Keke Loco has dedicated his whole rap career to Crips, by helping Crips from all hoods such as the Rollin 30s Harlem Crips, Holmes Street Watts Crips, East Coast Crips (ECC), Mona Park Compton Crips (MPCC), and Neighborhood Crips (NHC).
The “True Blue” Group consisted of Lil Keke Loco – 30s Harlem Crips, Squee Bas – 76th St East Coast Crips, Evil Wacc II – 76th Street East Coast Crips, H-Bone – Holmes Street Watts Crips, and Hollywood – Gundry Blocc Crips. Keke Loco is currently signed to Glasses Malone record label. “The Blue Division.”
- (1997) Keke Loco Presents Affiliated
- (1995) True Blue III: Sky II Da’ C
- (1994) True Blue II: You Only Live Once
- (1992) True Blue: Nigga’s Off The Street
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