We haven’t heard from BJ The Chicago Kid in a while because he has been steady working on his sophomore album. That only means he is creating some real music, and he unveils the first taste of this with “Real Love Never Dies”. The R&B crooner sings over the instrumental to James Brown’s “King Heroin”. His vocals reach another level and the old school vinyl crackle makes this sound like classic soul. He has ample talent, of which we already saw on his debut album, and we can’t wait to hear what he does on his sophomore album.