BJ The Chicago Kid
We are living in tumultuous times in light of protests sparked by the death of unarmed Black men like Eric Garner and Mike Brown. But Chicago crooner BJ The Chicago Kid feels that some of the protesters got it twisted and are out there for the wrong reasons. “I’m not with the new wave […]
BJ The Chicago Kid is easily one of Hip-Hop music’s favorite crooners. The soulful crooner who says he grew up in the church and the block is collaborating with Jill Scott, which is a major look.
[ooyala code=”JtbWp4cjokupqCILR0g-4DvP9jzVp0TG” player_id=”16d3592c0566485792a9febd7fbe442b”] BJ The Chicago Kid discussed essentially everything under the sun during a recent sit down with Hip-Hop Wired.
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.
BJ The Chicago Kid is a favorite around these parts. Boasting a career that stems back to the early-mid 2000s, where he provided background vocals on tracks like Kanye West’s “Impossible,” the Windy City-born, Los Angeles based singer-songwriter delivers his new mixtape The M.A.F.E. Project.
West Coast rhymeslayer Thurz has devised the perfect solution in giving the population of the country who are experiencing chilly temperatures a taste of that California sunshine with his new Designer EP, overseen by Marlon Travis Barrow.
Singer-songwriter BJ The Chicago Kid is a more seasoned artists than he gets credit for being, though he recently struck big with a guest appearance on ScHoolboy Q’s “Studio.” Hip-Hop Wired spoke with the Windy City born, Los Angeles based crooner about his upcoming project at the 2014 BET Hip-Hop Awards.
When it comes to the VMA’s, it doesn’t matter whether you’re a winner or loser, great dresser or fashion disaster.
BJ The Chicago Kid delivers a new jam called “Perfect” that’s a departure from the sexually charged and often immature music that dominates the R&B genre these days. Simply put, this a song for women and it’s accompanied by a pretty ill visual.
Summertime is but a fleeting treasure to be experienced every year. Nevertheless, the people over at Hennessy have devised a flavorful plan to allow its consumers to always savor its ambiance with a few new concoctions with their product as the base ingredient.
Well, everyone knew this was coming. Today, ScHoolboy Q debuted a visual for his Oxymoron fan favorite “Studio,” featuring crooner BJ The Chicago Kid.