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New Music: BJ The Chicago Kid – Good Karma

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BJ The Chicago Kid has been impressively consistent with his weekly releases this early fall, but longtime fans of the crooner aren’t surprised. BJ always embodies authenticity with his music and naturally soul stirring vocal.

The Chi-Town native’s latest release is titled “Good Karma” produced by Da Internz (Rihanna, Trey Songz, Tank), and opens with a vintage vinyl sample, setting the tone for BJ to lay his gentleman game down.

“Heard the worlds been getting on your nerves, you had this comin / Well I’m not Mr. Fix The Hurt, I’m just good karma,” he sings.

BJ is gearing up for the release of his new EP ‘The Resume,’ due out later this month, which will be followed by his Motown Records debut album next year.

Take a listen to his latest below:

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New Music: BJ The Chicago Kid – Can’t Hold My Liquor

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BJ The Chicago Kid is making sure to keep fans on their toes, as his new release this week leans toward the dark, alternative side as he offers his own drunken remix of Kanye West’s “Hold My Liquor.”

Releasing the remake along with a equally dark and dazed visual, BJ appears to slip in and out of consciousness as he adds in some quick, aggressive rap lines, before the record is blessed with an intoxicating guitar solo from Jairus “JMo” Mozee.

The Windy City singer is currently prepping for the release of his anticipated debut album, due out soon via Motown Records.

Check out his latest release below:

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List: The Best of September – Top 15 Records

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It’s that time of the month again, so you know we got you with some good ones! While September may be over as well as Summer, that doesn’t mean there wasn’t plenty of hot, feel-good music last month for us to reflect on.

Now, we know August was able to give you a taste of what the Fall would bring with the sounds of Tinashe, Elijah Blake, Usher, Luke James and more, but this past month we promise we had even more. From newcomers to the list such as Richard King and Kevin Ross, to repeat “Best Of” artists like Tinashe and Ne-Yo, we assure you that there will be something on September’s round-up that has you feeling like you dropped the ball when it comes to recent music.

So, open up the sliding glass door, pour your glass of wine, watch the leaves fall, and put the music on blast ’cause it’s time for our “Best of September – Top 15 Records“! I thought I told you that we won’t stop, I thought I told you that we won’t stop?! *Diddy Bops*

Check it out after the jump!

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New Music: BJ The Chicago Kid – Soul of a Woman

BJ The Chicago Kid Soul of a Woman

BJ The Chicago Kid is back with his new record of the week, and we are seriously starting to really anticipate these weekly releases.  The Motown recording artist pays homage to the beautiful strength of strong, confident women on “Soul of a Woman.”

“Girl you got that fire burnin down in my soul / And with you by my side feels like I’ll never grow old,” BJ sings over the soulful guitar-laden production.

Stream and download his latest freebie below!

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BJ The Chicago Kid, Adrian Marcel & Mila J Perform at Hot 97’s ‘Who’s Next’

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Hot 97 brought their ‘Who’s Next’ showcase back to SOB’s in NYC on Thursday night with a lineup including three of R&B’s rising stars.

Opening the show was Motown recording artist BJ The Chicago Kid who showed off his soulful vibes and had the crowd waving their arms back and forth to his fan favorite “Good Luv’n.” Adrian Marcel was up next and delivered a strong performance including his hit club song “2 AM.” Los Angeles native Mila J closed the night with her slick dance moves and introduced the NY crowd to her new single “My Main.”

Check out the official footage from the performance below:

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New Music: BJ The Chicago Kid – Wednesday Weekend

BJ The Chicago Kid Wednesday Weekend

BJ The Chicago Kid wastes no time dropping another new record, as he continues to treat his fans to a new track every week.

Through a vocal filter and over vocoder adlibs the R&B singer/songwriter lets his lady know there is no tellin what might happen when they get some private time on “Wednesday Weekend.”  His provocative plans will make hump day literal as BJ suggests this ain’t no regular weekday.

“Baby girl ain’t no tellin what we can do when we’re alone / And girl I don’t know about you, but me I’ll be doin the most,” he seductively sings.

BJ is currently prepping for the release of his debut album, due out on Motown Records.

Get freaky with his latest song below:

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New Music: BJ The Chicago Kid feat. Sasha Go Hard – Gimme Mo (Remix)

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BJ The Chicago Kid is clearly ready to be apart of the conversation of today’s more exciting new R&B acts once again. After taking time away to focus on his debut album, due out on Motown Records, the young singer has began releasing numerous new records and remakes for his fans and new listeners to get tuned in to.

Following the recent songs “Real Love Never Dies” and “Go Girl,” the Chicago native drops off a bit of a throwback with an update.

BJ and rapper Sasha Go Hard remix their previous collaboration “Gimme Mo” with a new beat courtesy of Marcus Kincy, who slows down the original and turns it into a sultry, piano driven record, highlighted by some Teddy Riley style vocoder effects.

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New Music: BJ The Chicago Kid – Real Love Never Dies

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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!

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