Tag: BJ The Chicago Kid
Chicago star BJ The Chicago Kid has been everywhere as of late, popping up at festivals, various show dates and dropping new music weekly. And tonight, he kicks things up a notch by announcing his first-ever solo domestic tour. Congrats are definitely in order for BJ, who kicks things off alongside his full band this week (10/22) in NYC, and ends up his run in New Orleans on November 9th.
Good news for Chicago fans as BJ has back t0 back nights at The Shrine on 10/27 and 10/28 — so get that ticket money ready. The dates for BJ’s run can be found below. Looking forward to this one, so if he’s hitting your town be sure to show up and show out.
You heard the song, now watch the video. Benny and BJ. BJ and Benny. “Bridges Over Babylon.” Check out the funky, funky sounds and visual above.
Produced by Da Internz
Some good karma is definitely headed BJ The Chicago Kid’s way with all of this free music he’s been releasing over the past couple of months. Today he keeps it all the way Chi City with “Good Karma,” produced by the Go Ill’s own Da Internz. Good music, good vibes, “Good Karma.” Gran Beej’s latest installment below.
Beej borrows Yeezy and Keefer’s “Can’t Hold My Liquor,” and takes us on a booze-fueled ride around town. Off a few pulls of the Henn, BJ gives us his very own dark twisted fantasy. His onslaught continues — this time with electric guitars. Cheers!
G.O.O.D. Music producer Benny Cassette drops off his new single featuring one of the Chi’s greats, BJ The Chicago Kid. Fresh off working with the likes of Kanye West, Miguel, Stacy Barthe, John Legend, Eric Bellinger and Elle Varner; Benny is prepping the release of his new EP, Apocalypse. The project is set to impact this fall and features Isaiah Rashad, BJ and many more. So yes, the Apocalypse is upon us for real.
Today we get the “Bridges Over Babylon” which showcases both of their talents. A must listen below.
Beej dropped by Real Late w/ Peter Rosenberg on Hot 97 earlier this week while in NYC for a Who’s Next concert with the station. They discuss BJ’s rise to fame, his struggles with the industry, and how he was finally able to make the waves of success he’s currently experiencing.
If you’re unfamiliar with BJ’s story, this is a must watch. His story is truly like a movie, and his success is well deserved.
Produced by MIKE&KEYS
Now this is my speed right here. A dope new original song from The Chicago Kid. Is it too much to ask for a tape or album full of these? Everyday is the weekend for BJ, but especially Wednesdays. Listen to him wax poetic about it with his latest weekly release below — you won’t be disappointed.
BJ the Chicago Kid and Sasha Go Hard remix one of our absolute favorite records from last year, “Gimme Mo.” Marcus Kincy handled the remix, which slows down the original version and turns it into more of a sultry record. This continues BJ’s recent onslaught, where he’s seemingly dropping new music every week. Grab the remix underneath. Give us more newnewss BJ. Ha!
Produced by Swiff D.
ScHoolboy and BJ’s “Studio” gets the remix treatment and a new verse from Nas. Hopefully, we’ll get a new collaboration from these three before the year ends. One can dream, right?
Listen to the “Studio” remix below.