Today (Oct. 27), 6x GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter BJ The Chicago Kid continues the return of his weekly “BJ Wednesdays” series with the release of his new track, “6 Months.” The new track is the second installment in the return of “BJ Wednesdays” series — the first was “Smooth” — after the release of BJ’s last EP 4AM. Produced by longtime collaborator Jairus “JMo” Mozee and Charlie Bereal, BJ returns to his original R&B formula that made him a household name and poetically chronicles the beginning of a relationship:
It’s always cool in the beginning, everybody start off winning/ The truth always come out in time, feeling the true you inside/ Don’t confuse that with mistakes ’Cause over time that’s what we make/ I’m telling you right now while the sun shining beautiful, I’ll still love you through the rain
Mark my words, record ‘em loud and play this back six months from now/ ‘Cause we’re gonna have growing pains, but love shouldn’t change/ So don’t take it away when I make a mistake, no no, don’t take it away
BJ The Chicago Kid announced he would be kicking off his “BJ Wednesdays” a few months ago for the first time and since then he has kept his promise by consistently dropping off new music each Hump Day for fans to enjoy in the middle of the week. He then wound up packaging all the tracks into a well-rounded EP and titled it 4AM that he dropped in full at the top of August. That project quickly rose to become a fan-favorite body of work, boasting tracks like “Make You Feel Good” featuring Lucky Daye, “Type Of Day” featuring Eric Bellinger, and “Fancy.” He also recently shared a cover of “Double Up” in honor of the late Nipsey Hussle’s birthday.
Be sure to press play on BJ The Chicago Kid’s brand new track “6 Months” down below.