This may be your first time hearing about R&B singer and songwriter PJ, however the North Carolina-born, Atlanta-raised positive soul is no stranger to the game.
PJ has penned hits like Chris Brown‘s “B******s & Marijuana, Meek Mill‘s “I Don’t Know” and lent her soulful, angelic voice to Lupe Fiasco on “Mazinger.” Solidified as an elite songwriter and composer, PJ emerges with a refreshing sound which displays her uplifting and life-affirming message with singles like “Make Believe,” “I Mean It” featuring super producer Hit-Boy and a motivating remix to Rihanna‘s smash hit “Work,” labeled “Moolah x Work (remix).”
In 2015, the Atlantic Records artist released the impressive EP Walking Around Pools, which peaked at No. 13 on the iTunes R&B charts. A year later, PJ is directing vibes with her newest single “Gangster,” which is set to appear on her upcoming EP, Rare. In “Gangster,” PJ paints the reality of what it’s like for a good, kind-hearted person to be taken advantage of. Whether it be a friend who spends money knowing they haven’t paid you back or repeating your order several times only for it to come out wrong, PJ shares what it’s like when a nice person is fed up and gets on some “gangster sh*t.”
“I really wanna be the nice guy, but the nice guy always gunna get stepped on ……. I really wanna be gangster, I really wanna be the type that takes sh*t from no one.”