Taylor Bennett may be Chance The Rapper’s brother, but, at least for me, I don’t see him that way; I actually knew about him before I did Chance. Besides can’t he just be his own man? I suspect he could be brothers with the tooth fairy and nobody would care so long as he continues to drop songs like New Chevy. For the most part, Taylor takes a laid-back, sung-rapped approach (matching Brail Beats’ funky instrumental), but he does flex his muscles by rattling off a few bars with alacrity. Joining Mr. Bennett is fellow Chicagoan King L, who dons a blunted flow to round-out the feel-good, smoker-friendly vibe of the record. Like his last Booth feature spot, Hope, New Chevy appears on Bennett’s latest project, Mainstream Music.
Update: We have added the Thelonious Stokes-directed visuals for Taylor Bennett’s New Chevy single.
Written by Lucas G. on 07/7/14
18-year-old emcee Taylor Bennett, a true buzzmaker in his hometown of Chicago, has released of his sophomore project, a collection of records that challenge what the term "Mainstream Music" really means. Included on the...
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