Ric Wilson & Terrace Martin Tap BJ the Chicago Kid for “Chicago Bae”
Written by 2DOPEBOYZ on April 24, 2020
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Ric Wilson, however the gifted Chicago artist is again in motion with a joint venture with Terrace Martin known as They Name Me Disco dropping Could eighth.
“The disco-inspired funk by no means stops,” says Wilson. “Me and Terrace needed to make one thing folks can transfer to and free themselves. After I toured with Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles, the band began calling me ‘disco’ on the bus, in order that’s the place the title got here from. Should you’ve ever met me, you recognize two stepping is my favourite factor to do.”
“This file is a gorgeous reminder the disco by no means stops,” provides Martin. “Hold smiling, hold dancing, and hold loving.”
To assist kick off the marketing campaign, the CHI-to-LA duo have enlisted BJ the Chicago Child to croon everywhere in the first single, “Chicago Bae.”
Co-produced by Ted Chung and J-Trx, the track could be heard beneath.
- Breakin Guidelines f. Corbin Dallas
- Don’t Kill The Wave
- Chicago Bae f. BJ the Chicago Child (co-prod. Ted Chung & J-Trx)
- Transfer Like This
- Earlier than You Let Go f. Malaya
- Past Me f. Kiéla Adira