August 6, 2018

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Fresh Off The Stage With Taylor Bennett At Lollapalooza 2018

After hearing Twista's 2004 hit "Hope" featuring Faith Evans, 22-year-old Taylor Bennett knew he wanted to become a rapper. 

The Southside Chicago native and younger brother of Grammy Award-winner Chance The Rapper describes his post stage feeling as "full circle." 

"I remember growing up Lollapalooza tickets were just so expensive, like 300 hundred/200 hundred buck, and my parents–we didn't have it," says Taylor. He even recalls sneaking into the highly-anticipated festival. 

In the past months, Bennett released a six-song project called BE YOURSELF. Prior to the release of his debut album and his 21st birthday the "Everything I Can't Handleartist came out as bi-sexual.  

Catch the full clip above to watch Taylor talk making a change and growing up in "the worst city in America."

Be sure to check out all of Fuse's Lollapalooza 2018 coverage, featuring artist interviews and more! 

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