It’s a good day to be Taylor Bennett, as his new project, Restoration Of An American Idol, is officially here. The nine-track project includes guest features from Chance The Rapper, Lil Yachty, Mike WiLL Made It, Lil Yachty, Jeremih, KYLE, Raury and Supa Bwe. Bennett told the Fader: “I hope people find out more about . . .
Taylor Bennett is doing more than just being Chance the Rapper’s younger brother. He’s gearing up for the release of his project Restoration of An American Idol, set to drop February 24. The project is nine tracks long and of course features the big bro, Jeremih, Lil Yachty and Luke Tennyson, to name a few. Friday . . .
Taylor Bennett has put in a lot of work. He’s released four solid projects over the past three years and has yet to slow down. Taylor has a unique vision for himself that is completely unique to his sound. Even with all of this, some people still view him as simply Chance The Rapper‘s little . . .
It’s been an interesting period of life for Taylor Bennett. “New York Nights” comes to us after he learned that he has a blood clot in his left lung. While in the hospital, the Chicago native used Treble, a social discovery app for music makers, to connect with Stro and Jordan Bratton for this song. . . .
Chicago emcee Taylor Bennett, who possesses the double-edged sword of being Chance The Rapper’s brother, has debuted a new project entitled Mainstream Music. The project includes well known features and producers such as King Louie, Rockie Fresh, Saint The Good Boy, and Cocaine Audio. Stream Mainstream Music below. Props to IllRoots.
Chicagoan emcee Taylor Bennett‘s latest video, “Rolling With The Gods,” is a more high-energy release than his previous single, “Goldie.” While the blossoming emcee will be hard pressed to hide the similarities between himself and his sibling, Chance The Rapper, he is already on his way to finding his own lane. Verluxe-directed videos add another . . .
Chance The Rapper‘s brother, Taylor Bennett, has an uphill road to distinguish himself and gain a following, thanks to his brother’s quick ascension to stardom. Luckily, Chance isn’t the only talented emcee in the family. You’ll hear similarities in Taylor Bennett’s delivery on “Goldie,” but he runs in a different lane, delivering his dexterous cadences . . .
Imagine being a talented artist on the rise, subjected to following in the footsteps of your wildly successful big brother as you establish yourself in the music world. How do you establish yourself in the industry without being subjected to ridiculous comparisons? Well, if you haven’t taken a look at Taylor Bennett‘s life lately, his . . .
Illinois native Kweku Collins stands largely on his own throughout his newly released Nat Love EP. The multitalented creative produced all but one of the eleven songs on the project, and included only two guest features from Jamila Woods and Taylor Bennett. Kweku doesn’t neglect to showcase his lyrical and chorus-making abilities throughout. Stream Nat Love . . .
Columbia College, a recognized arts and media school in Chicago, is a hotbed for creativity. It only makes sense that they have their own record label, AEMMP. Chicago is filled with an incredible array of young, talented hip-hop artists. AEMMP’s La Collection album features well known local artists such as Taylor Bennett, Noname Gypsy, Dally . . .
It’s that time of the year. The 2016 Grammy Award nominations have been announced. It’s only right that we all gather round, look at the nominations, and complain about the lack of appropriate representation for the artists who we truly feel deserve some shine. The Grammys will take place in Los Angeles’s Staples Center on . . .