BJ The Chicago Kid delivers the exciting news that he will be dropping new music and content every week for the next few weeks as a part of “BJ Wednesday’s,” where the singer will provide his fans with a musical gift to help with getting through the week. First up was his soulful rendition of The Dream’s “Fancy,” then he returned with his follow-up second installment and tapped in with Eric Bellinger for the assist for “Type of Day.”
Now, BJ keeps his promise by delivering the Lucky Daye-assisted “Make You feel Good.” On the track, the two ride the Bongo ByTheWay beat:
Why wouldn’t I believe? Just like I see it, just like I sing shit, real or make believe? Knowing this shit just be good
This year has treated BJ The Chicago kid well, as he has solidified collaborations with names like Chika, PJ Morton and was even featured on the soundtrack for the Academy Award winning film, Judas And The Black Messiah. Most recently, BJ released a track entitled “The Chi”, which was featured on the Showtime original series, The Chi created by Lena Waithe.
In terms of other recent collabs from Lucky Daye, he appeared on Sinéad Harnett’s sophomore album Ready Is Always Too Late. Earlier this year, Lucky Daye released his Table For Two EP, which features assists from Mahalia, Ari Lennox, Queen Naija, and Joyce Wrice. In 2019, Lucky Daye shared his Painted project back in 2019, a featureless project that boasts his mega-hit “Roll Some Mo” and also cuts like “Late Night” and “Karma.” The following year, he added six additional tracks and presented a deluxe version of the project.
Be sure to press play on BJ The Chicago Kid’s brand new song “Make You Feel Good” featuring Lucky Daye down below and don’t forget to keep a look out for BJ The Chicago’s Wednesday drops.