Taylor Bennett - Demon Slayer

Posted 2 years ago
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I know Chi-town is The Windy City, but with the Bennett brothers, it seems like Chicago is actually The City Of Brotherly Love. We all know about Chance The Rapper, but one of the fresher faces in the Chi music scene is his brother, Taylor Bennett. They may be brothers, but Taylor doesn’t need his big bro’s help to get noticed. He has been making a splash all on his own and with songs like Demon Slayer it’s not hard to tell why. Atop illiad‘s chiming boardwork Bennett blends a charismatic, quirky vibe with his surgical, crisp flow to create the perfect balance of having fun and a displaying a proper demonstration of his pure rapping ability. For more from this fast riser, check out his brand new tape, Mainstream Music, available for free right here via The DJBooth.

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