Tag: BJ The Chicago Kid

Slum Village f/ BJ The Chicago Kid & Illa J – Expressive

| May 12, 2015 | 0 Comments


Produced by J Dilla

The SV crew have unearthed an unheard Dilla beat for this new single featuring BJ The Chicago Kid and Dilla’s blood brother, Illa J. Straight expressionism on “Expressive.”

Slum’s new album, YES!, is due out on June 16th and features a slew of unheard J Dilla beats and features from De La Soul, Phife Dawg, Bilal and more.

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BJ The Chicago Kid f/ Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q & Punch – It’s True (Remix)

| April 13, 2015 | 0 Comments


Oh wow. We’ve known BJ has been plugged with the TDE fam for years now, so for the remix of his unforgettable track, “It’s True,” he’s recruited much of their roster. K. Dot, ScHoolboy and Punch all get down with the get down on this official TDE remix, and yes, it’s fire. All four speak the truth every time they step in the booth, so check out what they put together below.

And do remember, The M.A.F.E Project is available now.

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Kehlani f/BJ The Chicago Kid – Down For You

| March 30, 2015 | 1 Comment


Produced by Jahaan Sweet.

BJ The Chicago Kid joins Bay Area songstress Kehlani on “Down For You,” a smooth new joint that you can check out below via Vibe. This is pretty nice.

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Video: E&J Taps BJ The Chicago Kid For New Campaign

| March 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

Congrats are in order to BJ The Chicago Kid, who was just tapped by E&J to be the face of their new Generations of Soul campaign. BJ stars as the new kid on the block, while Raphael Saadiq plays the O.G., with Lee Fields playing the elder statesmen, undisputed legend.

Their goal? To tell the story of Soul through the generations. And BJ is in good company. This is a dope little spot for BJ. Enjoy it up top.

Video: Joey Bada$$ f/ BJ The Chicago Kid – Like Me

| February 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

One of the standout tracks from Joey’s B4.DA.$$ album gets a cinematic video (no pun intended), and it just so happens to feature BJ The Chicago Kid on the hook. The song is too dope, and the video is riveting. Check that up above.