Written by: Faisal Omar (@YungFais)
The anticipation for the highly anticipated debut album "Broad Shoulders" is finally over. After a month's delay from it's scheduled Thanksgiving release, Taylor grants his fans access to this harmonious album via Rolling Stone, where it's available for streaming, and iTunes where it's available for purchase. Taylor's debut album, which is notable for being sample-free, is equipped with 10 articulate tracks produced entirely by Detroit producer LudLow and features a resounding line-up of artist including his brother Chance the Rapper, Donnie Trumpet, King Louie, Joey Purp, Max Schneider, and many others.
Taylor aims to let the world know that this project is completely him and that this project is independent from his brother and the music industry itself. In an interview with the Rolling Stone, Taylor expressed his feelings towards his debut project "We're working around the system to still bring good music, ... We're really trying to build our own industry." Be sure to keep "Broad Shoulders" in rotation for rest of week, as Taylor now gears up for headline show December 26 at Lincoln Hall. Stream "Broad Shoulders" below, and purchase tickets for the live performance before they sell out!
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