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BJ The Chicago Kid returns with a visual treatment for the ScHoolboy Q-assisted track “It’s True” from The M.A.F.E. Project.

Known for his crooning and songwriting abilities, BJ literally switches up the flow, as he and Quincy rap their inner city tales about loved ones they lost to the streets too soon.

Premiered by FADER, BJ spoke with the mag about the purpose of the record. “I was initially very nervous playing this track for Schoolboy Q,” BJ said. “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.”

Peep the “It’s True” video below.

Photo: BJ The Chicago Kid

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