While there’s been little non-constructive criticism directed at Taylor Bennett in The DJBooth, there are plenty of individuals in less savory corners of the blogosphere HATIN’ on the Windy City representative. But he ain’t sweating it. If anything, he feels sorry for ‘em. On his latest promo single, Chance‘s younger bro reminds us that negativity usually stems from an inability to accomplish one’s own goals: “Haters never make it, no matter what they sayin’.” Bennett’s speedy, self-assured bars come backed by the pulsing synths and trap-tinged percussion of Pharaoh El. Hatin’ is just a loosie, but fans can hear more from Taylor Bennett on his latest mixtape, May’s Mainstream Music.
Written by richard on 08/13/14
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