To put it simply, D’Angelo is one hell of a renaissance man. The Richmond, VA-born talent is the author of three amazing neo-soul albums, including his double platinum debut Brown Sugar, the platinum Voodoo LP, and his most recent – and his first in 14 years – Black Messiah.
Young upstart BJ The Chicago Kid has also had his fair share of wins the past couple of years, aside from aligning himself from rap’s current messiah, Kendrick Lamar.
To give a proper salute to D’Angelo and the 16th anniversary of Voodooo, BJ has gifted fans with a 3-track EP which includes covers of “(She’s) Always In My Hair,” “Send It On” and the classic “Untitled (How Does It Feel)” – you know, that song that many a baby was conceived to? The former being a cover of a Prince song.
Via the press release:
I had to celebrate his genius by paying homage to his legacy while he continues to kill the game and make great music. It’s a new year and there’s no better way to start it off than taking it back to where it all began for me. This is real Soul/R&B.
Go ahead and press play on this amazing little EP.