With Smoke DZA and Pete Rock’s full-length collabo, Don’t Smoke Rock, dropping tomorrow, the New York duo has released a new visual via Complex. The site also premiered an exclusive stream of the album.
After dropping the visuals to his Joey Bada$$-assisted cut “Nothin’ But Love,” BJ the Chicago Kid is back to give fans some more tunes. For “The Resume” the Chicago Kid links up with another top rapper from the new school, Mississippi’s Big K.R.I.T. Check out “The Resume” after the jump.
A few months back BJ the Chicago Kid linked up with Brooklyn’s venerable young emcee Joey Bada$$ and comedian Hannibal Buress — who takes issue with pickle juice — for the Heavy D interpolated track “Nothin’ But Love”. Now the two rappers are lacing the track with a smooth visual treatment sans Buress. The video for “Nothin’ But Love,” which finds the two rappers rapping on Bada$$’ home turf, is set to appear on BJ’s forthcoming In My Mind album. Check it out after the jump.
BJ the Chicago Kid is sharing the visuals for the single (“That Girl”) from his forthcoming album, In My Mind. For “That Girl,” BJ recruits Atlantan OG Maco. And in the video, both BJ and Maco appear over a flux of lyrics. Check it out after the jump and be on the lookout for BJ’s new album In My Mind, dropping soon.
In case you haven’t heard Fashawn is back. After dropping his FASH-ionably Late mixtape (with The Alchemist) last year Fashawn returns in 2015 with The Ecology (which drops February 24th.) Fashawn has already shared “Guess Who’s Back,” “Out the Trunk,” and the Nas/Aloe Blacc featured “Something to Believe In.” And now Fashawn, being the gentleman that he is, is sharing the entire project for free. That’s right, an album stream of all fourteen tracks. In addition to Nas and Aloe Blacc, The Ecology features BJ the Chicago Kid and Choosey. Stream Fashawn’s The Ecology after the jump.
BJ the Chicago Kid and ScHoolboy Q struck gold with their collaborative track “Studio” earlier in the year (off of Schoolboy’s excellent Oxymoron album) so the duo returns for some more with “It’s True.” In the visuals for the track Schoolboy joins BJ in his hometown of Chicago. Peep the video for “It’s True” after the jump.
After hitting it big with ScHoolboy Q’s stellar Oxymoron cut “Studio” earlier this year, BJ the Chicago Kid has been putting out heat and his new track “Soul of a Woman” is definitely a third degree burn. Truly flames from the Chicago Kid. Listen after the jump.
Chris Brown recently dropped his sixth studio album X and to celebrate he stopped by Power 106 to chop it up with production team L.A. Leakers. During his time with the duo he jumped on Schoolboy Q’s chart-topping single “Studio”. Listen after the jump.
Q releases an official video for his “Studio” collaboration with BJ The Chicago Kid off Oxymoron.
Q and BJ The Chicago Kid hit the stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform their “Studio” collaboration off Oxymoron.