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My God, BJ The Chicago Kid can sing (that’s not a recent revelation, but this video literally just put the ugliest Cosby scrunchlook on my face). Paying homage to the late, great James Brown, the Chi-Town crooner flips his frequently-sampled anti-opium monologue, “King Heroin,” into “Real Love Never Dies.” His rendition comes complete with black-and-white footage of the live session at Goodness Gracious Studios, which only makes these four minutes even more compelling. I often wonder whether BJ was born in the wrong era.

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