Saturday, November 22, 2014

BJ The Chicago Kid's "The M.A.F.E. Project" review

CHICAGO STAND UP!!! Here goes the nice sounds of R&B, but at the same time it's just right for the streets. Really it's best if you turn this on with your bae in between the sheets. If your a fan of Maxwell or D'Angelo, then you are sure to love BJ with his Seductive Sensual Swag. He is sure to have you enchanted with Track 12- "Soul Of A Woman".

This was a sure pleasure to listen to, but it did make me feel kind of lonely because I'm single. Never the less, I was tuned in from beginning to end. This work was masterfully crafted and magnetically ravishing. It's nice to hear an artist from the city that doesn't continue on with that entire 'Chiraq' persona. He really took this work to next levels and will have you captivated with Track 7- "Good Karma".

It's too much negativity out here for people to be acting all hard-hearted and trenchant. Find you a special someone that loves you for you, not some fake persona someone might emulate. If you can't be comfortable being yourself with your special someone, then maybe they are not the one for you. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and you should seem flawless to your boo like in Track 05- "Perfect Skit".

The only issue I have with this mixtape is there is no credit to the featuring artist in the track titles. I look for things like that, because it's nice to see artist work together. In Track 11- "What You Do To Me" I believe I heard Smoke DZA on the track, but I can't be sure because no credit is given. Other than that I will be on the lookout for more works from BJ The Chicago Kid, and all of yall should be as well. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


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