BJ The Chicago Kid’s Version Of ‘Before I Let You Go’ Does The Original So Much Justice

Music

With hip-hop and R&B’s ever changing and maturing landscape, now more than ever before, artists are stretching sounds and giving listeners a breath of fresh air with every track.

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But there’s something to be said about 90s R&B, that despite modern technology just can’t be mimicked or duplicated. The feeling of romance and love echoed throughout many of the decade’s music, which still hold a special place in our musical hearts. Motown recording artist, BJ The Chicago Kid paid homage to the 90s by covering Blackstreet’s classic “Before I Let You Go” and did the song so much justice.

With the help of an acoustic guitar, BJ took all 80s babies and 90s kids back to their first crush and their first kiss with his stripped-down rendition of the love ballad.

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Teddy Riley, Chauncey, your boy did good.

Check out the video below.