Louise Ouraine Kilbride (b. 1st February, 1992), better known as her stage name Louise Keys, is a Kuboian rapper and television personality. She started her career in 2004 after finishing in second place in the third series of Nick Karaoke Stars. She has been signed to Oyea Records since 2004, and Aftermath Entertainment and Shady Records since 2009.
Louise was born on 1st February, 1992. She lived in Hausekeep in North Kuboia until she and her family moved to Fahrbahnin in early 1997. Louise spent most of her childhood living with her father and maternal auntie. When her parents seperated when she was five years old, she very rarely saw her mother for the next seven years of her life. Louise never attended any school years after her three years in Approach School.
Louise proposed to Tyo Flournoy on his thirteenth birthday on 19th January, 2006. The two married three days later on the 22nd of that month. On 20th February, 2011, it was reported that the two had divorced.
Louise and Tyo had one child together, called Ribbon, who was born on 24th December, 2006. Louise's mother died of lung cancer on 28th November, 2012.
In 2005, Louise revealed that she was diagnosed with autism at the age of 6. She was later diagnosed with bipolar disorder when she was 15.
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Album|
|2005|| "Lighthouse" |
(featuring Tyl Friskee and Skippy Peters)
|"One Day at a Time"||4||25||11||–||–||20||68||99|
- 2005: "Battleships" (featuring New Massachusetts)
- 2006: "Hit the Tide" (featuring Raddy Goodberry and Dark Red)
- 2008: "Give It To Me" (featuring Tyo Flournoy)
- 2009: "The Game"
- 2011: "Won't Look Back"
- 2011: "Face the World" (featuring Violet Stars)
- 2012: "Because of You" (featuring $iGN@TURE)
- 2012: "Survive"