BJ The Chicago Kid has returned with his third studio album, 1123, the first since 2016’s Grammy-nominated In My Mind. The Motown Records signee’s second release with the iconic label maintains a steady sound over 13-tracks, enlisting a variety of well-placed features from Rick Ross, Anderson .Paak, Offset, J.I.D., Buddy, Eric Bellinger, and more.
Staying true to his idiosyncratic sound, the singer-meets-songwriter belts away in typical fashion, manifesting his unique take on R&B throughout the project. Overall, the project resembles a possibility for the artist to score at the upcoming awards ceremony.
You can listen to BJ The Chicago Kid’s 1123 below.
For more new music, don’t miss YBN Cordae’s debut album, The Lost Boy.
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