For his remix of “Black America Again,” Common taps a pair of emcees who couldn’t be more different in Pusha T and Gucci Mane. Along with BJ The Chicago Kid handling the hook, “Black America Again” is black excellence.
Dave East and BJ The Chicago kid team up for this track all about holding down the significant other.
This one is for the fellas. BJ The Chicago Kid pays homage to D’Angelo’s “Untitled.” But instead of him stripping down to his bare essentials, he gets a beautiful young lady to do his dirty work. Just hit play.
MF Doom and Busta Rhymes bless a classic J Dilla instrumental from Dilla’s Jay Loves Japan project with BJ The Chicago Kid also popping in for a cameo.
BJ and Mr. A$$ connect for the Heavy D interpolation “Nothin’ But Love.”
Slum Village drops this breezy set of visuals for the J Dilla produced “Expressive” that also features Rosewood 2055, Illa J and BJ The Chicago Kid.
Chance The Rapper, Donnie Trumpet and The Social Experiment shocked the music industry by releasing their highly anticipated Surf album for the low, low price of FREE on iTunes. Featuring a stellar cast of guests including J. Cole, Busta Rhymes, B.o.B., Erykah Badu, Big Sean and more, Surf is just what the doctor ordered. Listen and head over to iTunes and cop yours here.
02 “Slip Slide” f. B.o.B, BJ the Chicago Kid, Busta Rhymes & Janelle Monáe
03 “Warm Enough” f. J. Cole & Noname Gypsy
04 “Nothing Came to Me”
05 “Wanna Be Cool” f. Jeremih, Big Sean & KYLE
06 “Windows” f. BJ the Chicago Kid & Raury
07 “Caretaker” f. D.R.A.M.
08 “Just Wait”
09 “Familiar” f. Quavo & King Louie
10 “SmthnthtIwnt” f. Saba
11 “Go” f. Joey Purp & Jesse Boykins III
13 “Something Came to Me”
14 “Rememory” f. Erykah Badu
15 “Sunday Candy”
16 “Pass the Vibes”
Nothing like hearing some unreleased Jay Dee production. Slum Village’s latest off their upcoming album Yes! features that Dilla bounce as well as guest spots from BJ The Chicago Kid and Illa J.
Fashawn’s new album The Ecology is finally dropping on February 24 after what appeared to be a ridiculous amount of setbacks and holdups. Before it releases, you can stream that album in its entirety. With guest spots from Nas, BJ The Chicago Kid, Dom Kennedy, Alchemist, Exile and Aloe Blacc, it’s certainly worth checking out.