Tag: BJ The Chicago Kid
Produced by Tony Roche.
Sasha Go Hard and BJ The Chicago Kid connect for “Gimme Mo”, a record that was originally slated to be included on Sasha’s recently released Nutty World project. We’re definitely glad this one is out of the stash.
Stream below, thanks to ‘Plex.
After a rip surfaced on YouTube last week, BJ The Chicago Kid’s collaboration with Freddie Gibbs and Problem from the GTA5 soundtrack is finally here in a mixed/mastered mp3.
Stream below and be sure to hit iTunes for the full soundtrack, which is available for purchase now.
If you’ve been spending hours with Grand Theft Auto 5 over the past few days like 70% of the world, then chances are you’ve heard BJ The Chicago Kid’s contribution the soundtrack via Radio Los Santos — “Smoke & Ride”. The track also features Gangsta Gibbs and Problem, which is definitely a winning collaboration in our book.
Props to Ernest Wilkins on the heads up. Hit the jump to stream “Smoke & Ride” below.
Directed by Kevin Canomayan and Rockboy K9
Rockboy gets Universal recording artist BJ The Chicago Kid for his video for “Celebrate Life.” Pop a bottle, celebrate, and download Epic January now.
Video by Lenny Gilmore & Ernest Wilkins.
For the premiere of RedEye‘s new RedEye Tracks video series, YP debuts his new track which features BJ The Chicago Kid and samples Gotye.
YP and BJ are very mean people. We say that because they’ve been sitting on this undeniable summer heater for awhile now and weren’t going to share with the rest of the class. Lucky for us, they let RedEye premiere it as part of our new video series ‘RedEye Tracks’. We took their song around Chicago via blasting it on a boom box and filmed what happened.
Perfect for the summer? We think so. YP’s Restless drops later this summer.
Moments ago, Do312 announced all of the official 2013 Lollapalooza Aftershows. Lolla diehards know that many times aftershows are actually better than the festival shows because they’re a bit more intimate and sometimes less of a hassle. Sometimes. Enter the 2013 hip-hop aftershows, which I’m guessing will both be close to impossible to get in to.
Chance and Kendrick both have shows, which aren’t together, but they do both include BJ The Chicago Kid on the bill. Chance kicks things off on Friday night (8/2) at Reggie’s Rock Club. While Kendrick’s is Saturday (8/3) at the Aragon Ballroom.
For the full list of aftershows and details on tickets you can head over to Do312 now.
Produced by 9th Wonder.
BJ, K.R.I.T. and 9th? Yeah, count us in. Lifted from K.R.I.T.’s King Remembered In Time project, which you can check out here.
Def Jam had a “Spotlight Live” concert last week to showcase some of the R&B talent they have on their Def Jam/Motown/Universal roster, and BJ was on the bill alongside The-Dream, Luke James and others. Here he sits down with Rise24′s Chief Carl Lamarre to talk about Pineapple Now-Laters, a potential project with Kendrick Lamar, and working with Biggie and J. Dilla.
Shot by HipHopHeisenberg.
During his set with Madlib at San Bernardino, CA’s Paid Dues Music Festival this past Saturday, Gangsta Gibbs brought out BJ The Chicago Kid to perform “Shame”. If you’re wondering when the MadGibbs LP (entitled Cocaine Piñata) is dropping, it’s said to be released later this year. Hopefully the wait isn’t too long.
Directed by OJ Hays and Andrew Straw.
Chance gets animated and takes a note from Mr. West for the third and official single from Acid Rap. BJ The Chicago Kid assists on “Good Ass Intro”, while Peter Cottontale and Stefan Ponce handle the production.
Yup — Chano is 3-0 with this record. Acid Rap drops April 30th.
Also, (if you’re in Austin) be sure to RSVP for FSD and Red Bull’s 120 Hours In Austin at Gatsby’s which features Chance live alongside ShowYouSuck, Spenzo, L.E.P. Bogus Boys, The Cool Kids and Master P. Check out the details and RSVP here.