Real Love Never Dies, and neither does Real Music.
BJ The Chicago Kid took some time away last year to focus on his debut album, but it appears that this year he is finally ready to share his gift, and we have the door wide open for him to walk in!
Currently gracing radio stations everywhere with Schoolboy Q, thanks to their No. 1 single “Studio,” BJ has returned just recently with the hot song “Go Girl,” and remake of Fabolous and Jeremih’s “Thim Slick” with “Perfect.” Today, the R&B crooner shows off his soulful persona with the retro ballad “Real Love Never Dies.”
Sharing the audio from the studio session and video of the recording, BJ takes us back to the days of classic soul with the touching song, that remakes the instrumental of James Brown’s “King Heroin.”
Follow the jump to hear the song, and watch his session now!