Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Cole Bennett is crouched inside a tiny room of his Lyrical Lemonade office in Chicago, excitedly showing off a collection of vintage toys and old Nintendo 64 games. They were mailed to him from a fan—one of many packages he receives from young admirers around the world on a regular basis. He has built his Lyrical Lemonade company into an empire that now includes an events business, a media outlet, a production house, and a beverage distributor.
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Lose It — [Steven Moses]. I have been familiar with Steven for a couple of years, but lately, it seems like he is applying himself more than I have ever seen, from the outside looking in. Regardless, as a fan, I am so happy to see him doing his thing, watch this live performance below. My Life Story — [Quando Rondo]. I have been a fan of Quando Rondo for a while now, but the title of this track is what drew me in, it led me to believe that Q would be on his storytelling vibe on this track.
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Cole Bennett born May 14, is an American business executive, videographer, and music video director. He is best known for his multimedia company Lyrical Lemonade, which he initially created as an internet blog in as a high school student. Bennett was born on May 14, , in Plano, Illinois. His family later moved to Chicago a few years later.
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