Four-time GRAMMY-nominated recording artist BJ The Chicago Kid debuts the official first single from his forthcoming sophomore LP entitled, “Time Today.”
In the song, BJ serenades his lover on the smooth slow-jam proclaiming that he is making time in his busy schedule to cater to her every need, want and desire.
BJ The Chicago Kid also announces the title of his highly-anticipated sophomore album will be 1123, his birth date. The Chicago native decided to name the LP after his birthday because the project is a celebration of all his successes and experiences since the release of his debut album in 2016.
The soul music legend-in-the-making has made quite the name for himself already, averaging over a million streams per week, in addition to collaborating with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Solange, Travis Scott, Common, Kehlani, ScHoolboy Q and Chance The Rapper among countless others. BJ‘s debut album, In My Mind released in 2016 received 3 GRAMMY nominations, amassed over 100 million streams and was praised by a bevy of press outlets including The New York Times, NPR, Pitchfork, VIBE, and The FADER among others. Not to mention he was even selected to perform the National Anthem at President Barack Obama’s farewell address.
With the release of “Time Today” and his long-awaited second album coming this summer, BJ The Chicago Kid will continue to prove why he is one of music’s most demanded and revered voices!
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