Benny the Butcher Celebrates Major-Label Debut “Everybody Can’t Go”

    In a celebration at Def Jam’s New York offices, Benny the Butcher marked the release of his debut album, “Everybody Can’t Go.” The album, released last week, comes after a tumultuous period for the rapper, during which his house burned down, he went through a divorce, and lost a childhood friend. Despite these challenges, Benny persevered, crafting an album that reflects his journey through adversity.

    The album’s creation was an intensive process, with Benny taking breaks from music to focus on personal healing before diving back into the studio. Collaborating with producers like Alchemist and Hit-Boy, Benny refined his sound, resulting in his most polished work to date. Tracks like “Big Dawg,” featuring Lil Wayne, showcase Benny’s lyrical prowess and thematic depth.

    Beyond his music career, Benny is expanding into entrepreneurship, with his own label, Black Soprano Family Records, and ventures in sports management. While some may critique his evolving sound, Benny remains focused on his long-term goals, aiming for “real money” and diversification into movies and other ventures.

    Amidst personal loss and tragedy, Benny the Butcher’s major-label debut stands as a testament to his resilience and artistic growth. As he navigates the rap industry and pursues broader success, Benny’s journey continues to inspire fans and fellow artists alike.

    HipHopUntapped Staff
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