Chance The Rapper let his brother Taylor Bennett hang loose for a few years when it came to his own music career, letting him put out a few mixtapes before contributing or really drawing attention to them in hopes that he’d grow on his own. Now that Chance has featured on the first of his brother’s tracks, Bennett’s profile has risen considerably: He’s getting Rolling Stone premieres and interviews and everything! But the nepotism doesn’t feel that unearned, because Bennett’s music shares a lot of the same charms as his big brother’s: Broad Shoulders is his debut studio album, feature-heavy and sample-free with the help of Detroit-born producer Ludlow, who worked on the album alongside Bennett. Guests include Donnie Trumpet, Joey Purp, King Louie, Max Schneider, and more, and the sound trends towards the smoothness that was so prevalent on Surf, though a little more bare-bones. Listen to the new album below.