BJ The Chicago Kid - BAM feat. Freddie Gibbs

Only BJ The Chicago Kid could make Freddie Gibbs turn lothario on a track. Sure, Gibbs has flirted with the idea before – the closest he came, perhaps, was “187” which, well… yeah – but it’s only here, on BJ’s newest weekly drop “B.A.M.,” that Gangsta Gibbs simps a little bit. He doesn’t entirely part ways with his language (chanting “bad b*tch!” behind BJ’s crooning on the song’s bridge and admitting that he isn’t “trippin’ if [she] give it on the first night”), but he unashamedly admits “I’m tryna put [her] on my team.”

As for the Chicago Kid himself, he takes advantage of “B.A.M.’s” smooth instrumental and soft drums – – courtesy of producers Brody “The Great” Brown and Marcus Kincy – to craft an unintentional Cuffing Season worthy track. “You fine as hell – you know you are,” BJ sings on the hook, “You shine just like a shining star!” The song tiptoes between being an ode to a woman who carries herself in the right kind of way and a song about the ride-or-die you’d be proud to steal away from her man.

“B.A.M.” is slated to appear on BJ The Chicago Kid’s alleged The M.A.F.E. Project slated to come out later this year, allegedly an assembly of all of his free tracks over the last few weeks plus a little more.