In lieu of B4.Da.$$ on January 20th next Tuesday, Joey Bada$$ makes an appearance on the Tonight Show and brought along BJ The Chicago Kid and Statik Selektah for “Like Me”. And of course, you got The Roots playin’ behind ’em as well. Simply dope. Watch above, ICYMI.
Diggin’ the concept and execution here as Chicago’s own connect for a redux of Anthony Hamilton’s “Where I’m From”. BJ The Chicago Kid & J. Ivy for LDRS’ upcoming mixtape, Lead Never Follow.
BJ gives the track a worthy soulful sound and I especially like the new dynamic and the words itself spoken by J. Ivy. Job well done all around.
BJ & Q hit up a local Harold’s for this conscious collab off the recently released M.A.F.E. Project. Watch and revisit this one above.
“I was initially very nervous playing this track for Schoolboy Q,” BJ tells FADER about the record. “It is a PSA. Its mission is to let people know that you do not have to be involved in gang-like activity to be affected by it, to be hurt or killed by it. This life is real and can hurt the most innocent of people.”
Following the release of his latest project The M.A.F.E. Project, BJ The Chicago Kid drops his latest visuals “One In A Million”, a grand rendition to the fallen legend Aaliyah.
Here’s your source of all the new BJ The Chicago Kid releases that have been impacting the Wednesdays of the past couple of months. BJ drops The M.A.F.E. Project for full download as well as his new video for the Aaliyah remake of “One In A Million”. Peruse/enjoy below.