Jamla Records ft. BJ The Chicago Kid & Add-2 - 15 Minutes Of Fame

Posted 2 years ago
9th Wonder

Forget 15 Minutes Of Fame; I need 15 minutes of BJ The Chicago Kid and Add-2 pouring out their hearts atop a signature 9th Wonder beat. You might think this record is about the perils of fame, but it is actually about something that can be just as fleeting; relationships. As if 9th’s low-key, sample driven work wasn’t soulful enough, BJ bears his soul, recounting a relationship gone sour in his velvety crooning ways. Add-2, Jamla’s newest addition (who is no stranger to relationship trouble), rounds out the effort with a charismatic verse that will go over well with anyone who is newly single (or just loves dope hip-hop). You can find 15 Minutes, and plenty more from the talented, hard working Jamla team when their Statik Selektah-hosted compilation album, Jamla Is The Squad, is released on Tuesday. The DJBooth will have an exclusive NO DJ version of the project, including several bonus tracks, available for sale and stream!

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