Taylor Bennett, best known as the younger brother of Chance The Rapper, dropped his mixtapeÂ Mainstream MusicÂ today, and among several big features is Lil Herb's verse on "Creme Brulee." Produced by Satchel Stokes, the track is a high energy, horn-led banger.Â
Using creme brulee, a custard-like dessert made by hardening the crust with a blowtorch, as a metaphor for crack, Bennett describes growing up in Chicago throughout the track. Herbo adds a healthy dose of hard-nosed lyricism to Bennett's more high-pitched, wild-eyed rapping, and the pair end up balancing each other out.
Nigga I get money and bitches, don't talk bout money to bitches
And while you cuffin' them bitches I swim in puddles of bitches
I don't fuck with them niggas, so if you fuck with these niggas
That mean you fuck with them snitches, get hit with one of these fifties