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. Thus far, we've gotten three new tracks from him in the past month: "Real Love Never Dies," "Gimme Mo (Remix)" and "Wednesday Weekend." Today, he drops a fourth. Check out "Soul Of A Woman" below.
A little less retro than the James Brown homage of "Real Love Never Dies," but more so than either of the other two tracks, "Soul Of A Woman" finds a great balance in its sound.
Home remedies from your mom
But she get 'em all from your granny
You're my queen so you got swag
But all the other girls hate that