9th Wonder's Jamla Records has been killing the game all week long as it prepares for the release of a compilation album Jamla Is The Squad. Today's single is a collaboration between two artists from Chicago, singer BJ The Chicago Kid and rapper Add-2. The song is called "15 Minutes Of Fame," and over crisp, soulful production from 9th himself, the BJ and Add-2 talk about dealing with overcoming heartache and realizing that, ultimately, their ex-girlfriends just weren't worthy of their attention.

"Guess I was to blame for even thinking that you'd change/Like Spike [Lee] like Jack [Nicholson] I watched you play games/Every day," Add-2 says. The rapper is the newest signee of Jamla Records. Jamla Is The Squad will be coming out next Tuesday, and it will also include songs such as "No Competition" and "Be Inspired." 

9th Wonder will also be appearing at S.O.B.'s in New York to present the Jamla is the Squad album release show, alongside Add-2, Rapsody, and Statik Selektah on Monday, January 27; you can find more information about the show here.

[via 2DopeBoyz]

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