Las Vegas Native Bennett Delivers A Compelling Performance on His Debut EP, “Ferdinand”


Las Vegas is an enigmatic town, musically. Despite being one of the entertainment capitals of America — maybe even the world — it has been an uphill battle, traditionally, for rappers to pop out of Vegas. Despite this, the scene has been on the rise for the past year or two and has produced some fresh new faces like ZotiyacRichie BuxMikey PX & more. Looking to be including with the cream of the crop, 702 native Bennett checks in with his debut EP, Ferdinand.

Produced almost entirely by Bennett himself, Ferdinand is the perfect introduction to Bennett. Using his uniquely distinct pen to compliment his lazy, but infectious tone to his flows, Bennett tells stories of depression, “Suicidal,” & fake friendships, “F.A.B.” mixed in with a little bit of shit talk, “What Your Life Like?” as he absolutely destroys his debut.

Though the aforementioned songs are great, the standout without a doubt is the intro, “Base/2 Do” which features a Kanye-inspired 16 from Big Homie Stone, and a show-steaming performance from Sin City crooner, Impact RH over the silky smooth production from Such ‘nd Such. Check out the project below and get familiar with the Las Vegas product.



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