The soulful track isn’t an actual love song, rather, BJ declares that “Cupid’s busy in the club” and that “love is gone” while sampling of Raphael Saadiq’s “Oh Girl.” K-Dot reflects on The Commodores, parkin’ lot pimpin’, and being “the realest.”
BJ and Kendrick have made quite a good partnership throughout the years, on songs like “Faith,” “R.O.T.C. (Interlude),” “Kush & Corinthians (His Pain),” and “His Pain.” Kendrick is however not the only rapper on Chicago Kid’s album. In My Mind has a roster that also includes Big K.R.I.T. on “Resume” and Chance the Rapper on “Church.”
In My Mind isn’t due until Feb. 19, but you can stream the entire album via NPR.