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Taylor has created quite a buzz over the past six months. The 20-year-old independent artist is younger brother to Chance The Rapper and has gone about carving out his own lane in the ever-expanding music scene by successfully creating a brand unto himself by selling out 3 consecutive shows in Chicago over the past 8 months –  twice at Reggie’s and once at Lincoln Hall (500+ cap). He has performed at the House of Blues, opening for Vic Mensa and Nas as part of an official after-party for the annual Lollapalooza festival. Taylor has also supported YG & Curren$y’s sold out shows at Metro in Chicago, and recently opened up for Hoodie Allen’s “Happy Camper” tour stop at the Riviera theatre in Chicago. His project, Mainstream Music, released on May 4th 2014 is a talented, well-put-together project that spans several sounds and essentially did what Common attempted on Nobody’s Smiling before he had a chance to pull together different sides and sounds of Chicago. Having done tracks with King Louie, Lil Herb, Spenzo, Rockie Fresh and many more, Taylor is spreading his voice around the city and recently appeared on the cover of The Chicago Reader as one of the leaders of the next crop of young talent to come from the city. His most recent project is titled “Broad Shoulders” which was premiered via Rolling Stone on December 14th