BJ The Chicago Kid Songs

  • Game Over
    Game Over
    It's November, which can only mean one thing -- a new Omarion project is on the way. Last year we thought he was coming with Care Package 3, but instead he released Sex Playlist, his debut album with MMG.
  • Church
    BJ The Chicago Kid has spent years giving other notable artists his featured-touch, but now it’s his turn to take on the spotlight. With his debut album, In My Mind, right around the corner, the Chicago crooner decides to come through just in time for the weekend and share his highly-anticipated Chance The Rapper-featured cut titled “Church,” which also features Buddy on it.
  • Nothin But Love
    Nothin But Love
    BJ the Chicago Kid is quickly establishing himself as one of the hottest crooners in the world of hip hop. His upcoming album In My Mind will feature appearances from Chance The Rapper, OG Maco and Kendrick Lamar, and today he ropes Joey Bada$$ and Hannibal Buress to contribute to his latest track "Nothin But Love." Utilizing a luscious piano line, "Nothin But Love" borrows the hook from Heavy D & The Boyz' 1994 classic "Nuttin But Love."
  • That Girl
    That Girl
    Other than his steady stream of features on other peoples' tracks, we haven't heard too much from crooner BJ The Chicago Kid since he dropped his great compilation The MAFE Project last year.
  • Khalil's Song
    Khalil's Song
    Today it's our pleasure to announce Skeme's next project, Ingleworld 2, and bring you the first track from it. It's called "Khalil's Song" and features BJ The Chicago Kid. 
  • It's True (Remix)
    It's True (Remix)
    Though we still haven't heard the hopefully forthcoming "All Day" remix, we're glad K-Dot decided to help out on this all-TDE remix of BJ The Chicago Kid's "It's True". The original, part of BJ's latest mixtape The M.A.F.E. Project, features Schoolboy Q, and BJ decides to go back to TDE for the remix, enlisting King Kendrick and Punch, TDE's president, who, as you can see, does some mean rapping. 
  • Down For You
    Down For You
    The future has never looked brighter for both Kehlani and BJ The Chicago Kid, two angelically-voiced R&B singers who broke out last year with their rather retro approaches to the genre. Today, their paths cross on "Down For You," a track that finds them gelling like two longtime collaborators. 
  • Where I'm From
    Where I'm From
    Chicago has a rich history of rap, and it's sound continues to grow every day. Alongside drill, bop, and footwork is an artist like BJ The Chicago Kid, who often looks back to past music of his region to find inspiration. "Where I'm From" is a take off of Anthony Hamilton's 2003 record of the same name. While Hamilton doesn't actually hail from Chi, his close work with Kanye West ties him to the city forever. 
  • Can't Hold My Liquor / It's True
    Can't Hold My Liquor / It's True
    ScHoolBoy Q's "Studio" is his biggest single to date, and while it gave the TDE rapper a fair amount of exposure, the true star-making moment belonged to BJ The Chicago Kid, whose syrupy hook carried the song in many ways. Q is surely grateful to BJ for the assist, as he's returned the favor on the Chicago Kid's newest tape, The M.A.F.E. Project.
  • B.A.M.
    The last time Gary, Indiana's Freddie Gibbs linked up with BJ The Chicago Kid, who grew up a few miles West of Gibbs' hometown, the result was the amazing jam "Shame" from Gibbs and Madlib's Piñata, and now they've done it again.
  • Good Karma
    Good Karma
    BJ The Chicago Kid has been on a roll lately, taking to his Soundcloud weekly to drop new records.
  • Can't Hold My Liquor
    Can't Hold My Liquor
    BJ The Chicago Kid decides to bless us with a new visual and audio today, for his revamp of Kanye West's "Can't Hold My Liquor." He flips it around, really turning it into his own record, but keeping several important Yeezus components to it, and the overall darkness is still there. BJ posted the record for free download on his Soundcloud, but he's also teamed up with TDE favorite Jerome D for an official music video that you can check out below. How does this compare to the original? Which one do you like better? Let us know.
  • Bridges Over Babylon
    Bridges Over Babylon
    We became familiar with G.O.O.D. Music producer and songwriter, Benny Cassette, more directly the other week when he stepped out of the shadows and dropped off a collaboration with Isaiah Rashad, "Virgo Season," backed by screeching strings.
  • Soul Of A Woman
    Soul Of A Woman
    After toiling as a hook man in the hip-hop world, BJ The Chicago Kid finally elevated his status with a spot on Schoolboy Q's bona fide radio smash "Studio." Since then, the Chicago kid has been focusing more on his solo work, which is, pretty much without exception, phenomenal.
  • Wednesday Weekend
    Wednesday Weekend
    Over the past month, BJ The Chicago Kid has proven himself to be the R&B version of a chameleon, going old school on the track "Real Love Never Dies" and then thoroughly modern on a remix of the Sasha Go Hard-assisted "Gimme Mo." His latest, "Wednesday Weekend," definitely leans more toward the modern side of thi
  • Gimme Mo (Remix)
    Gimme Mo (Remix)
    Almost a year ago, Sasha Go Hard dropped a track entitled "Gimme Mo" that featured BJ The Chicago Kid on the hook. Now, the Chi City singer is releasing a remix of the track wherein he adds more vocals, relegating Sasha to the featured artist spot rather than the lead one.
  • Studio (Remix)
    Studio (Remix)
    Yesterday we posted our new interview with ScHoolboy Q (which you can watch below if you missed it), where the rapper reveals that he's already begun to work on his follow up to Oxymoron, and he warns HNHH users not to expect any new 'VERY HOTTTTT' music from him for a minute. A day later, Q pops up with that VERY HOTTTTT remix of his vibing "Studio" record with BJ The Chicago Kid.
  • Real Love Never Dies
    Real Love Never Dies
    A few minutes ago, we posted the in-studio, black and white video for BJ The Chicago Kid's new track "Real Love Never Dies," and now we've received official audio as well. Check it out below.
  • Go Girl
    Go Girl
    BJ The Chicago Kid got a big look from his contribution to ScHoolboy Q's "Studio". We haven't heard too much from him since, but he seems he's finally ready to capitalize on his new name recognition. Today, he's shared a new record that should satisfy fans of the Q joint, linking up with Kobe for a mid-tempo jam that benefits from a similarly slippery hook.
  • Last Dance
    Last Dance
    Its been a minute since HNHH has had the pleasure of featuring some new music from Big Pooh. The rapper's last feature, the 9th Wonder-produced "Jambalaya," appeared on our pages back in October. Little Brother fans fear not, however, because Thomas James is back in full force. Featuring the ever-present BJ The Chicago Kid and produced by Praise, "Last Dance" is the latest buzz single from the North Carolina native. The song is not currently attached to any known project.