Taylor Bennett Takes On First-Ever “10 Fingers Of Death” Freestyle

blame it on Patrick Glynn August 1, 2016

Sway Calloway’s “Five Fingers of Death” is undoubtedly one of the more notable freestyle series on the radio. Typically, a rapper would come in the studio and be given a selection of five beats to freestyle over, usually for about a minute each.

Promoting his brand (and an upcoming EP) on the show, Taylor Bennett decided to take the challenge up a notch and take part in the first-ever “10 Fingers Of Death,” where he doubled the amount of beats he had to spit bars over.

Giving beats like Jay-Z’s “Can I Live?” and an uptempo version of “Feelin’ It,” Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me A River” and Future’s “Where Ya At?” a spin, it gets clearer by the day Taylor is stepping out of his older brother’s shadow with everything new bit of content he releases.